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LETTERS for August 27 issue

August 27, 2015 Help stop the Kahoma Village project The Kahoma Village project and its companion development mauka appear to have been put on hold. more »»

LETTERS for August 20 issue

August 20, 2015 Private sector offers hope for the homeless on Maui The Maui Planning Commission has deferred action for 60 days on a conditional use permit for the Kaua‘ula Transient Campground in West Maui, a... more »»

LETTERS for August 13 issue

August 13, 2015 Stop running red lights! What is the deal with people running red lights at intersections? I now pause and wait a second or two when I am first in line and get a green light before I proceed throug... more »»

LETTERS for August 6 issue

August 6, 2015 Support the proposed homeless camp Do you realize the difference between chronically and transitional homeless? The “chronically homeless” are the demographic that most people think of when they... more »»

LETTERS for July 30 issue

July 30, 2015 Taxpayers footing the bill for welfare abuse The United States’ welfare program was designed to help those who have the misfortune of poverty in their lifetime. more »»

LETTERS for July 23 issue

July 23, 2015 Use reclaimed water to support agriculture Our county taxes are not working toward a better tomorrow. It would be nice if the $2. more »»

LETTERS for July 16 issue

July 16, 2015 Saltwater reaching Honoapiilani Highway Twice this past week I drove to the other side in the afternoon before high tide and had my car covered in saltwater. more »»

LETTERS for July 9 issue

July 9, 2015 Supreme Court preserves health insurance marketplaces The Supreme Court recently announced its decision upholding tax subsidies to help people purchase individual health insurance plans through a... more »»

LETTERS for July 2 issue

July 2, 2015 Government audit needed Over the years, our government has claimed many overpayments on Social Security, income tax and disability checks, lately summing to eight billion dollar. more »»

LETTERS for June 25 issue

June 25, 2015 Sanctuary marks 13 years of whale rescues Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary (HIHWNMS) reports that the close of 2015’s whale season marks 13 years of whale rescue operations... more »»

LETTERS for June 18 issue

June 18, 2015 Who offers advice on life? If you could create human beings, would you give them a book of instructions? What is good for you and what is not; how to treat others and what to do if they are unki. more »»

LETTERS for June 11 issue

June 11, 2015 Use treated wastewater for agriculture I met a couple of young men in the store that I work at and asked where they were fro. more »»

LETTERS for June 4 issue

June 4, 2015 Next Puukolii Road letter, please! I have been following the saga of Ms. Weigel vs. Mr. Sowers and have found it to be very entertainin. more »»

LETTERS for May 28 issue

May 28, 2015 Community supports LIS teachers and staff Wow! We feel terrific! The Lahaina Intermediate School PTSA hosted a staff appreciation luncheon on Friday, May 8, and a wonderful time was had by all who... more »»

LETTERS for May 21 issue

May 21, 2015 Group denied intervention on Kahoma Village project “Pressed but not crushed; struck down but not destroyed; perplexed but not in despair. more »»

LETTERS for May 14 issue

May 14, 2015 Tax money should be spent wisely I read a lot about feral animals and the problem of birth control. more »»

LETTERS for May 7 issue

May 7, 2015 Celebrating Earth Day As a class, we decided that cleaning the beach located in front of our school, King Kamehameha III Elementary, would be a great way to celebrate Earth Day and to make a... more »»

LETTERS for April 30 issue

April 30, 2015 Check the facts on former councilwoman Mr. Sowers, it isn’t rocket science that the cost of living is higher in Hawaii than on the Mainland, but thanks for enlightening u. more »»

LETTERS for April 23 issue

April 23, 2015 King played a key role in Hawaii agriculture King Kamehameha IV, also known as Alexander Liholiho ‘Iolani, was born on Feb. 9, 1834. more »»

LETTERS for April 16 issue

April 16, 2015 Where are all the medical professionals now? Registered Nurse Penny Weigel writes in to claim doctors, nurses and other medical professionals from soggy Seattle and the snow-buried Midwest will be... more »»

 
 

Group takes walks September 1, 2015

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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