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LETTERS for March 24 issue

March 24, 2011 FORGET MECO! PEOPLE SHOULD STRIKE In the last two years on Ainakea Road, we have had about a DOZEN power outages in the grid going up north and mauka of Ainakea, starting at Kapunakea. more »»

LETTERS for March 17 issue

March 17, 2011 PROJECTS WILL PROVIDE SAFER ACCESSES TO SCHOOLS I would personally like to express my gratitude and thanks to Lahaina Bypass Now (LBN), Charlene Shibuya of the Hawaii Department of... more »»

LETTERS for March 10 issue

March 10, 2011 HAWAII SCHOOLS SHOULD OFFER VOCATIONAL TRAINING Hawaii Board of Education member Leona Rocha-Wilson wants to create a “two-path system” in which students would be able to choose courses... more »»

LETTERS for March 3 issue

March 3, 2011 MAHALO FOR ORGANIZING S-TURNS SURF CONTEST We would like to thank Uncle Bert, Uncle Johnny, Auntie Suzie and all the rest of the hardworking gang that put together the ninth annual... more »»

LETTERS for February 24 issue

February 24, 2011 GOVERNOR'S PROPOSAL WOULD HURT RETIREES The governor’s proposal to tax pension plans would impose a new and grievous tax on our senior retired citizens with fixed incomes. more »»

LETTERS for February 17 issue

February 17, 2011 CEMENT PENINSULAS ON THE HIGHWAY ARE DANGEROUS The new section of highway through Lahaina is quite an improvement. more »»

LETTERS for February 10 issue

February 10, 2011 WHAT 'REAL CAUSES' WILL COUCH TARGET? It’s good to see our new County Councilmember, Don Couch, from South Maui is very concerned about the condition of our reefs and oceans. more »»

LETTERS for February 3 issue

February 3, 2011 GET BUSY, DON! In perusing the list of agenda items for the first County Council meeting of the year, there are quite a few interesting items being addressed by the new council. more »»

LETTERS for January 27 issue

January 27, 2011 WHAT'S THE HOLDUP WITH THE WEST MAUI HOSPITAL? Amazingly enough, I have not heard a peep about the West Maui Hospital/Emergency Room in at least a year, especially from Joe Pluta. more »»

LETTERS for January 20 issue

January 20, 2011 WMTA THANKS KALUA The board of directors and membership of the West Maui Taxpayers Association (WMTA) sincerely thank Zeke Kalua for serving West Maui as the WMTA executive director for... more »»

LETTERS for January 13 issue

January 13, 2011 GLAD TO SEE NEW GREEN WASTE FACILITY What a wonderful green start for Maui in 2011! West Maui finally has a green waste facility, and it’s affordable. more »»

LETTERS for January 6 issue

January 6, 2011 GIFT CARDS MEAN DOUBLE SALES TAX It finally got to Maui and Lahaina BIG time. I have never seen so many gift cards offered in almost every Lahaina store as this year. more »»

LETTERS for December 30 issue

December 30, 2010 TOUGH TO RETURN TO HAWAII After years overseas, I yearn for home, Maui. Although I am doing quite well in Taiwan, I long for home. more »»

LETTERS for December 23 issue

December 23, 2010 INJECTION WELLS HURTING REEFS Reefs are at the core of the dive and snorkel industr. more »»

LETTERS for December 16 issue

December 16, 2010 FISH AND CORALS LOVE ENDOCRINE DISRUPTORS? Thank you to the editors of a daily paper for having the courage to publish such a controversial and so Republican a notion that “Corals love... more »»

LETTERS for December 9 issue

December 9, 2010 A MUST-SEE SITE FOR TAXPAYERS Are you sick of your whining legislators and their threats to cut essential services? Do you wonder why they always need more money? Why they take away tax... more »»

LETTERS for December 2 issue

December 2, 2010 DOG DESERVE BETTER TREATMENT Eons ago, homo sapiens and canines formed a mutually beneficial bond of support. Some theorize that humans evolved more quickly due to this bond. more »»

LETTERS for November 25 issue

November 26, 2010 IT'S EVERYONE'S JOB TO PROTECT MAUI Last Saturday evening, the eighth annual John Kelly Awards were held in Waimea Valle. more »»

LETTERS for November 18 issue

November 18, 2010 KEIKI PARADE A GREAT SUCCESS The 32nd annual Keiki Halloween Costume Parade was a great success on Oct. 31. Keiki came out in a large crowd to proudly parade down Front Stree. more »»

LETTERS for November 11 issue

November 11, 2010 HALLOWEEN IN LAHAINA 2010 The kids were beyond excitement; we had a Harry Potter, Hermoine, mini Harry Potter, Snape, a Hogwarts Senior Wizard… even Dumbledore himself! Also... more »»

 
 

 

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