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LETTERS for February 15 issue

February 15, 2018 Use the reservoir for recycling wastewater In October 2017, Michael Miyamoto, deputy director of the county Department of Environmental Management (DEM), announced that construction of a... more »»

LETTERS for February 8 issue

February 8, 2018 Keep solar farms off hillsides I am a strong supporter of alternative energy to lessen our dependence on fossil fuels. more »»

LETTERS for the February 1 issue

February 1, 2018 Trump’s decisions are costing people their lives Humpity Trumpity sat on his wall... Humpity Trumpity was worshipped by all... He lied and he cheated, embracing all sin... more »»

LETTERS for the January 25 issue

January 25, 2018 Thermonuclear missile could destroy Hawaii I’m watching the Monday 5 p.m. news parade of excuses about what went wrong on Saturday morning when we were told a missile was inbound to Hawai. more »»

LETTERS for the January 18 issue

January 18, 2018 Share your thoughts on immigration Earlier today, Jan. 9, I went to the White House to fight for the 800,000 DREAMers the president threatened to deport when he ended the DACA program in Septemb. more »»

LETTERS for the January 11 issue

January 11, 2018 Bypass plans will impact everyone in Lahaina Here are my thoughts after attending the community meeting the DOT hosted on Wednesday, Dec. 20. more »»

LETTERS for January 4 issue

January 4, 2018 DOT’s bypass plans will cause problems As the most recent phase of the Lahaina Bypass nears completion, the plans widely unknown to the general public have come to light. more »»

LETTERS for December 28 issue

December 28, 2017 Bypass plans flawed After attending 25 years of meetings for the Lahaina Bypass, many things that I was concerned about were not addressed. more »»

LETTERS for December 21 issue

December 21, 2017 Front Street evictions show downside of ‘affordable’ housing At this very moment, 142 Lahaina families are in danger of losing their apartment homes. more »»

LETTERS for December 14 issue

December 14, 2017 Support the arts in Hawaii As the arts in the Hawaiian Islands continue to flourish through our community educational awareness, so does Hawaii’s Congressional appreciation for the arts in Ameri. more »»

LETTERS for December 7 issue

December 7, 2017 Two projects would drastically impact Kaanapali There are two projects in the works that will forever alter the makeup of the Kaanapali Resort area. more »»

LETTERS for November 30 issue

November 30, 2017 Confusion shouldn’t stop patients from buying health insurance This year’s Affordable Care Act open enrollment period started Nov. 1. Millions of Americans will soon visit HealthCare. more »»

LETTERS for November 23 issue

November 23, 2017 Falling coconuts are dangerous I have reached out to the deputy director of Parks and Recreation... no response. Yesterday, I called and left a detailed message with Elle Cochran... no answer yet. more »»

LETTERS for November 16 issue

November 16, 2017 The real meaning of revitalization The Employees’ Retirement System organization wants to “revitalize” Kaanapali by re-configuring the 350-acre Kaanapali Golf Course property into $2 million-plus... more »»

LETTERS for November 9 issue

November 9, 2017 Kaanapali ‘Revitalization’: Time for ERS soul-searching I would first like to say that I believe the Hawaii Employee Retirement System is doing a good job. more »»

LETTERS for November 2 issue

November 2, 2017 Smoking ban should be stated in signage and enforced The smoking ban in Maui’s parks and beaches went into effect in April of 2014. more »»

LETTERS for October 26 issue

October 26, 2017 Community service wonderful; exploiting taxpayers, not so much Hawaii’s public pension system needs to be reformed. more »»

LETTERS for October 19 issue

October 19, 2017 Mahalo to the Keahi Ohana Na Kupuna O Maui is proud of Na Maku. more »»

LETTERS for October 12 issue

October 12, 2017 What a wonderful time to be a Luna! Congratulations to the Lahainaluna football team for recently pulling off an overtime victory over the Maui High Sabers. Sue . more »»

LETTERS for October 5 issue

October 5, 2017 Lahainaluna Band thanks Leilani’s The Lahainaluna Band would like to thank Brandy Manibog and Jason Donez of Leilani’s on the Beach for their generous donatio. more »»

 
 

Hula shows set February 19, 2018

Free hula shows are held daily from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Kaanapali Beach Hotel. Hawaiian music is played from 6 to 9 p.m. Call 661-0011. more »

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