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LETTERS for July 28 issue

July 28, 2016 Mahalo for removing debris from the Baby Beach reef I just wanted to say mahalo to the young man who hauled a massive fishing net, rope and fishing line that were entangled on the reef off Baby... more »»

LETTERS for July 21 issue

July 21, 2016 Residents need access to information during power outages Something is terribly wrong, and it’s not what you think. Yes, the road is dangerous and our pipes are crumbling, but... more »»

LETTERS for July 14 issue

July 14, 2016 Take steps to protect services in West Maui Once again it’s been proven that West Maui is a large cul-de-sac for both travel and communication. more »»

LETTERS for July 7 issue

July 7, 2016 Increase food production for Maui Today, Maui is talking about what to do with the land. Agriculture, housing... a lot is on the drawing boards. more »»

LETTERS for June 30 issue

June 30, 2016 Help Protect Pe‘ahi In honor of the annual celebration of International Surf Day on June 21, Surfrider Foundation Maui Chapter would like to highlight a critical new campaign: Protect Pe‘ahi. more »»

LETTERS for June 23 issue

June 23, 2016 Kamehameha created a Hawaii for all races   The legacy of a great individual lives long beyond the times in which he lived. more »»

LETTERS for June 16 issue

June 16, 2016 Mahalo for supporting the Restaurant Races Lahaina Canoe Club would like to extend a big mahalo to everyone who participated in our 36th annual celebration of the Restaurant Races! Congratulations... more »»

LETTERS for June 9 issue

June 9, 2016 Hanabusa bailing on her job to run for Congress How can the people of Hawaii stand behind Colleen Hanabusa for her run for U.S. Rep. more »»

LETTERS for June 2 issue

June 2, 2016 Hospital situation is dangerous I agree with the “shock and dismay” expressed in the May 19 editorial in The Maui News regarding the injunction of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals that halted the... more »»

LETTERS for May 26 issue

May 26, 2016 Lobby government officials to do the right thing Thank you to all the people who wrote letters to the government officials involved with moving ahead with dredging Lahaina Harbo. more »»

LETTERS for May 19 issue

May 19, 2016 Hawking is annoying along Front Street I have lived in Lahaina Town for over 20 years. I walk Front Street every day, sometimes twice, to Foodland, or the bank or post office. more »»

LETTERS for May 12 issue

May 12, 2016 County should give lifeguards a raise The total cost to Maui County of the Unit 14 binding arbitration is less than $1.1 million. more »»

LETTERS for May 5 issue

May 5, 2016 Public beach access denied in Honokowai  For the residents of Honokowai, Kahana, Napili and northward to Kapalua, beach access from the road to the ocean is not adequate. more »»

LETTERS for April 28 issue

April 28, 2016 A history lesson on Wailele Ridge I wanted to give a history lesson to prospective buyers of the Wailele Ridge complex that is preparing to build soon here in Napili. more »»

LETTERS for April 21 issue

April 21, 2016 County botched job to paint crosswalks I am never surprised at the County of Maui doing such half-assed jobs. more »»

LETTERS for April 14 issue

April 14, 2016 Goode instrumental in Puukolii Road paving I read with wide-eyed amazement the recent “Council Connection” about Puukolii by Elle Cochran. I’m the “concerned resident” in her article. more »»

LETTERS for April 7 issue

April 7, 2016 Hawaii must grow more food The assumption that all meat comes from “factory farms” is incorrect. People have a choice to buy organic, grass-fed meats. more »»

LETTERS for March 31 issue

March 31, 2016 Affordable projects must also be reviewed carefully The article “Affordable housing trade-off: Credit program to aid Hawaiian homes gives developers a free pass” that appeared in the Star-Advertise... more »»

LETTERS for March 24 issue

March 24, 2016 Celebrate spring by eating healthy After another winter of severe snowstorms and floods, I look forward to March 20 — first day of spring, balmy weather and blooming flowers. more »»

LETTERS for March 17 issue

March 17, 2016 Remove the Sugar Cane Train’s traffic signs Fortunately, the Sugar Cane Train seems to be out for good, despite the efforts of our esteemed Mr. Angus McKelvey. more »»

 
 
 

 

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