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LETTERS for the November 14 issue

November 14, 2019 Establish water sources to help fight fires So, let’s see... five fires by my count over less than two years. more »»

LETTERS for the November 7 issue

November 7, 2019 “Made in Hawaii” is an international enterprise Alongside traffic and coffee, news radio is a staple of my morning commute. more »»

LETTERS for the October 31 issue

October 31, 2019 Protect Maui’s beaches (The following letter was sent to state and county officials.) I am Kanani Higbee. I represent myself. I live in Lahaina, Maui. more »»

LETTERS for the October 24 issue

October 24, 2019 Silent auction to help support Jesse Larson Down The Hatch is reaching out to the community to support a member of our ‘ohana. more »»

LETTERS for the October 17 issue

October 18, 2019 It’s time to sit down and be counted Not long ago, millions of people, all around the globe, went on a one-day strike. more »»

LETTERS for the October 10 issue

October 10, 2019 Support kids’ creative activism So…. I have decided to stand by the roadside and wave a sign. I feel like the joke about the old bearded guy holding THE END IS NEAR sign. more »»

LETTERS for the October 3 issue

October 3, 2019 Let’s give farm animals a break As a bit of an animal lover, I have been scouring the Internet for some special occasion celebrating animal. more »»

LETTERS for the September 26 issue

September 26, 2019 Aila clarifies comments voiced in West Maui To set the record straight, the Maui Legislative contingent is very influential and has been supportive and successful in appropriating funds for the... more »»

LETTERS for the September 19 issue

September 19, 2019 Council made correct call on injection wells I’d like to sincerely commend the courageous five of our Maui County Council who have the integrity and understanding to stand up and vote for the reefs... more »»

LETTERS for the September 12 issue

September 12, 2019 Thanks for supporting the Sophie Swim We wanted to say a huge thank you to all the volunteers that make this event such a success — we could not do it without your help and assistance. more »»

LETTERS for the September 5 issue

September 5, 2019 Steps to make crossing Keawe Street safer If you want to drive/walk from Lahaina Gateway to Walgreens, Burger King, Panda Express, et. more »»

LETTERS for the August 29 issue

August 29, 2019 Maui case could deliver fatal blow to Clean Water Act In response to Mayor Victorino’s “opinion” in the Aug. 16, 2019, edition of The Maui News. I humbly submit the following reply. more »»

LETTERS for the August 22 issue

August 22, 2019 Mueller is not a clown I was taken aback by the political cartoon in the Aug. 8 edition of your newspaper. more »»

LETTERS for the August 15 issue

August 15, 2019 Time is right for an impeachment inquiry Mueller’s testimony to Congress made it clear: it’s time for an impeachment inquir. more »»

LETTERS for the August 8 issue

August 8, 2019 Remembering someone I never really knew Like me, you may have seen shirtless Keith Gleich riding his bike up and down Front Street for years, blazing along at perhaps two miles per hour with his... more »»

LETTERS for the August 1 issue

August 1, 2019 Government must address ocean warming Ocean warming is very real! Please reach out to your elected officials to deal with this issue that is effecting our planet, which is 2/3 covered by oceans. more »»

LETTERS for the July 25 issue

July 25, 2019 Failing to prepare to plan is planning to fail! West Maui Taxpayers Association met with the mayor and asked him to be sure to let us work together with the Maui Emergency Management Agency (MEMA)... more »»

LETTERS for the July 18 issue

July 18, 2019 Support WMTA’s campaign for fair property taxes The question is, “What can I do or say to get your attention and desire to support our Call to Action for the West Maui Taxpayers Association In. more »»

LETTERS for the July 11 issue

July 11, 2019 Remove roadblocks to affordable housing (The following letter was sent to County Councilmembers Tamara Paltin and Tasha Kama. more »»

LETTERS for the July 4 issue

July 4, 2019 Traffic laws must be enforced We just (June 23) had the 11th traffic fatality on Maui for 2019. I blame the drivers but the police as well. more »»

 
 

Group takes walks November 19, 2019

HONOKOWAI — A new walking group for all ages and fitness levels meets at Honokowai Park Tuesdays at 9 a.m. There is no charge; all are welcome. Call Jim Grode at 669-1972. more »

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