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LETTERS for the August 2 issue

August 2, 2018 Why expect change when electing the same people? It is with continued dismay and alarm that I read in a recent HuffPost article that Hawaii has the dubious distinction of also being the 50th in... more »»

LETTERS for the July 26 issue

July 26, 2018 Audit will reveal Cochran’s record For almost eight years, Councilmember Elle Cochran has been the chair of the Infrastructure Committee for the Maui County Council. more »»

LETTERS for the July 19 issue

July 19, 2018 County could find better ways to spend $500,000 Great article by Louise Rockett regarding the Launiupoko proposa. more »»

LETTERS for the July 12 issue

July 12, 2018 Kupuna face unfair rules I am a tenant at Piilani Homes, a community of mostly elders (kupuna) and fixed income citizens with various health issues. We are grateful for a roof over our heads. more »»

LETTERS for the July 5 issue

July 5, 2018 Hotels should contribute to Fourth of July fireworks I am so tired of reading about the record-breaking numbers the hotels on Maui are bringing in and simultaneously reading, year after year, about... more »»

LETTERS for the June 28 issue

June 28, 2018 Killing colony cats makes the problem worse When I moved here in 2006, the streets of Lahaina were flooded with sick, dead and dying cats and kittens. more »»

LETTERS for the June 21 issue

June 21, 2018 Thanks for cleaning up explicit graffiti I am an avid swimmer at the beach park known as Wahikuli Wayside Park. more »»

LETTERS for the June 14 issue

June 14, 2018 School appreciates T-Mobile’s donations On behalf of King Kamehameha III Elementary School, I would like to thank T-Mobile for the exceptionally generous donation to our school! Each year, T-Mobile... more »»

LETTERS for the June 7 issue

June 7, 2018 Traffic light needed to slow cars on Keawe Street The latest leg of the Lahaina Bypass has generated many comments about the convenience/inconvenience of the new arrangement into our town. more »»

LETTERS for the May 31 issue

May 31, 2018 Front Street Apartments Tenants making progress Thank you for your continuing news coverage of the attempt by Front Street Apartments Tenants to fight a pending eviction of more than 250 peopl. more »»

LETTERS for the May 24 issue

May 24, 2018 Crosswalks removed during bypass work Where are pedestrians supposed to cross Keawe Street now? There are no longer any protected crosswalks crossing that street. more »»

LETTERS for the May 10 issue

May 10, 2018 Coastal properties can’t hold back Mother Nature What if you had 30 years to prepare for a tsunami that you knew for certain was going to devastate your oceanfront home? Would you plan for it? When... more »»

LETTERS for the May 3 issue

May 3, 2018 DOT should have completed the entire Lahaina Bypass We waited over 30 years for the Lahaina Bypass and it made traffic worse! Maybe they should have finished the whole road before closing the old... more »»

LETTERS for the April 26 issue

April 26, 2018 Highway project will not solve traffic jams (Tenth District Rep. Angus L.K. McKelvey sent this letter to Gov. more »»

LETTERS for the April 19 issue

April 19, 2018 Allowing seawall will set a bad precedent For the first time in almost a decade, the state is allowing the construction of a 400-foot-long, football field-length seawall revetment for the Hololani... more »»

LETTERS for the April 12 issue

April 12, 2018 DOT sells out the public with Lahaina Bypass plans Sold out... many think they are with the new Lahaina Bypass. more »»

LETTERS for the April 5 issue

April 5, 2018 Thanks for helping to free my car I’m so embarrassed. more »»

LETTERS for March 29 issue

March 29, 2018 Earth Day cleanup slated at Honolua Well, the volunteers are doing better than I expected (led by Dooma and friends), and my baseyard is full! Earth Day is coming up, and we will be getting two... more »»

LETTERS for the March 22 issue

March 22, 2018 State’s unfunded liabilities tsunami hits Maui Maui County taxpayers are getting soaked by the rising flood of public pension and health benefit costs, and lawmakers need to bring their past... more »»

LETTERS for the March 15 issue

March 15, 2018 Steps to protect Hawaii in the future Hawaii is experiencing coastal hazards. Cumulative impact of development is affecting quality of life. Decide what really matters and act accordingly. more »»



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