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LETTERS for August 28 issue

August 28, 2014 Council seeks to advance Hawaiian education for Maui The Maui Island Council of the Native Hawaiian Education Council (NHEC) is diligently working to further Hawaiian education programs for Maui... more »»

LETTERS for August 21 issue

August 21, 2014 Reasons to oppose Kahoma Village I am writing to clarify my stand on developments. I am not anti-development. I am pro-quality of life. I am in favor of affordable housing. more »»

LETTERS for August 14 issue

August 14, 2014 Be careful crossing Napilihau Street I want to warn all residents of Napili, especially in the Napilihau community, about crossing Napilihau Street to get to the plaza. more »»

LETTERS for August 7 issue

August 7, 2014 County should monitor beach parking in Kaanapali In about the mid-1980s, I complained to the Maui County Council that our public beach parking stalls at the resorts and Whalers Village were startin... more »»

LETTERS for July 31 issue

July 31, 2014 Hawaiians say ‘no’ to tribal status I wish to inform the public about the way Hawaiians on the West Side feel about rule-making through the U.S. Department of the Interior. more »»

LETTERS for July 24 issue

July 24, 2014 Politicians should help everybody After spending a weekend of watching political ads on television, they all said the same thing, which has me confused. more »»

LETTERS for July 17 issue

July 17, 2014 Hawaiians should take advantage of opportunity for federal recognition In the absence of Akaka Bill passage, Native Hawaiians have a two-and-a-half-year window under island-born President Barack... more »»

LETTERS for June 26 issue

June 26, 2014 Maui needs new leaders We live on an island; we need to be better stewards of our resources. In 2008, when the EPA came to Lahaina, the community supported water re-use over injection wells. more »»

LETTERS for June 19 issue

June 19, 2014 Unite and make history This will be my final battle cry to stop the proposed Kahoma Village subdivision before the Planning Commission meeting at the Kalana Pakui Building, 250 S. High St. more »»

LETTERS for June 12 issue

June 12, 2014 Support a park at Kahoma Village site On Saturday, May 31, about 100 supporters of the Kahoma Park came down to the empty field adjacent to Lahaina Cannery Mall to support saving the field from... more »»

LETTERS for June 5 issue

June 5, 2014 SHAKA movement inspiring Whether or not you support a GMO moratorium, residents of our county should recognize the leadership and organization being put forth by the SHAKA movement. more »»

LETTERS for May 29 issue

May 29, 2014 Kahoma Village site should be a park I am writing again, as I am passionate about stopping the Kahoma Village development and making it a park. more »»

LETTERS for May 22 issue

May 22, 2014 Fight airline fee increases In Hawaii, we often have to rely on planes to see our doctors, colleagues, families and friends. more »»

LETTERS for May 15 issue

May 15, 2014 Maui Humane Society must act on complaints While I fully understand all the emotion involved in the grassroots effort to convert the Maui Humane Society (MHS) into a no-kill shelter, MHS needs to... more »»

LETTERS for May 8 issue

May 8, 2014 ‘Partisan Civil Liberties Disorder’ impacts logic Millions of Americans suffer from a condition known as “Partisan Civil Liberties Disorder,” or PCLD. more »»

LETTERS for May 1 issue

May 1, 2014 Big mahalos from the Lahaina Wrestling Club  West Side Pride is alive! We all say it and know it, but it always amazes me the continuous support and generous donations of our West Side businesses... more »»

LETTERS for April 24 issue

April 24, 2014 Drivers must watch out for cyclists The Hawaii Bicycling League extends our condolences to the family of Karl Hagen, who was hit from behind and was killed on Honoapiilani Highway in Kihe. more »»

LETTERS for April 17 issue

April 17, 2014 Grading teachers Imagine if teachers gave grades in the same way they were paid. In kindergarten, all kids would get an F. By the first grade, the entire class would get a D-minus. more »»

LETTERS for April 10 issue

April 10, 2014 Hoerl was a gem Christine Hoerl was tough as nails but with a soft heart. more »»

LETTERS for April 3 issue

April 3, 2014 Bus stop needs a bench and recycling bin I would like to talk about the Maui Bus stop at the bottom of Lahainaluna Road. more »»



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