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LETTERS for May 20 issue

May 20, 2010 MAKE THE SAILBOAT WRECK A MONUMENT In the Letters section, May 6, Name Withheld By Request complains about the sailboat that has sat on the Lahaina reef for over six years. Mr. more »»

LETTERS for May 13 issue

May 13, 2010 LAWMAKERS TOOK A STAND With the brand new approval of a bill that would give same-sex and opposite-sex couples the ability to enter into civil unions, Hawaii lawmakers took a giant step... more »»

LETTERS for May 6 issue

May 6, 2010 WHY SHOULD TEACHERS WORK FOR FREE? I can’t understand how our great governor could ask the teachers, whom she gave Furlough Fridays without pay, to work the balance of the furlough... more »»

LETTERS for April 29 issue

April 29, 2010 COUNTY SINGLING OUT LAUNIUPOKO WALLS It’s too late for us. Our beautiful wall that hurt no one was torn down a foot. more »»

LETTERS for April 22 issue

April 22, 2010 LINGLE ACTING IRRATIONAL ON FURLOUGH SIT-IN Gov. Linda Lingle is losing her draconian wit. I walked by Lingle’s office last week to witness the sit-in. more »»

LETTERS for April 15 issue

April 15, 2010 WHY IS KAHANA BEACH CLOSED OFF? Another pristine beach/ocean area shut off! Why? For over 30 years, since the development of one of the West Side’s early resorts, there has been a... more »»

LETTERS for April 8 issue

April 8, 2010 MAJOR PROJECTS WILL HEIGHTEN PROBLEM    (The following letter was sent to state legislators, the Maui County Council and Mayor’s Office. more »»

LETTERS for April 1 issue

April 1, 2010 LINGLE'S POWER GRAB Gov. Linda Lingle wanted an $80 million Constitutional Convention to get rid of collective bargaining in this state, but it was voted down. more »»

LETTERS for March 25 issue

March 25, 2010 A SOLUTION TO SCHOOL FURLOUGHS A “friend of a friend” came up with this idea of dealing with Furlough Fridays, and I think it has meri. more »»

LETTERS for March 18 issue

March 18, 2010 CONTINUE MAY DAY AT PRINCESS NAHIENAENA We don’t know if you realize or not that the annual May Day Ceremony has been dropped from the Princess Nahienaena Elementary School calendar. more »»

LETTERS for March 11 issue

March 11, 2010 DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS NEEDED AT HONOLUA With all due respect to Kupuna Isao (“Who will deal with ag-related problems?”, Fe. more »»

LETTERS for March 4 issue

March 4, 2010 KEEP LIBRARIES OPEN WHEN SCHOOLS ARE CLOSED Furlough Fridays have had a huge negative impact on our education system. more »»

LETTERS for February 25 issue

February 25, 2010 PUT SKATERS IN CHARGE OF PROJECTS The Lahaina Skate Park is coming on line in a relatively short period of time (ten years?) compared to the Lahaina Bypass (30 years) and widening of... more »»

LETTERS for February 18 issue

February 18, 2010 PUUKOLII ROAD NEEDS REPAIRS (The following letter was sent to County Councilwoman Jo Anne Johnson.) This is in regards to Puukolii Road in the Kaanapali area. more »»

LETTERS for February 11 issue

February 11, 2010 POLICE PRESENCE NEEDED ON ROADWAY (The following letter was sent to Maui Police Chief Gary Yabuta.) I live in the 5200 block of Lower Honoapiilani Road. more »»

LETTERS for February 4 issue

February 4, 2010 WAKE UP, HAWAII As a lifetime resident of Hawaii, I have been very proud to have an island resident become president of the United States. more »»

LETTERS for January 28 issue

January 28, 2010 CIVIL UNIONS A MATTER OF RIGHTS Last Monday’s papers featured front page articles about a large rally at the State Capitol Building in Honolulu and in Wailuku on last Sunday... more »»

LETTERS for January 21 issue

January 21, 2010 GIVE MAUI ITS HOTEL ROOM TAXES Gov. Linda Lingle, I voted for you because you came up through the Maui County Council, and I thought you cared about Maui. more »»

LETTERS for January 14 issue

January 14, 2010 HOW CAN HAWAII CONTROL AERIAL FIREWORKS? I’ve been thinking a lot about this fireworks problem we have here in Hawaii. more »»

LETTERS for January 7 issue

January 7, 2010 CHARTER SCHOOLS OFFER LOCAL CONTROL OF EDUCATION There is an inverse relationship between the size and complexity of a bureaucracy and its responsiveness to individuals and communities. more »»



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