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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 »»

LETTERS for March 10 issue

March 10, 2016 How Jimmy Borges saved face! Lots of people have praised the life of Jimmy Borges lately, and I would like to say how grateful I am. more »»

LETTERS for March 3 issue

March 3, 2016 Change Hawaii’s voting day With the national election fast approaching in November, my concern is the low voter turnout in our state. more »»

letterS for February 25 issue

February 25, 2016 Rubio is the best choice If Ronald Reagan were alive today, whom do you think he would support for president? Reagan had famously said he would back the most conservative candidate who could win. more »»

LETTERS for February 18 issue

February 18, 2016 The diet of Lent Last Wednesday marked the beginning of Lent, the 40-day period before Easter, when many Christians abstain from animal foods in remembrance of Jesus’ 40 days of fasting in the... more »»

LETTERS for February 11 issue

February 11, 2016 Your vote is your voice for change It is time to change the commander-in-chief in the White House. more »»

LETTERS for February 4 issue

February 4, 2016 DOT responsive to community’s concerns Na Kupuna O Maui-Lahaina District would like to recognize and commend Ferdinand Cajigal, Engineering Program manager for the Department of Transportation, Mau... more »»

LETTERS for January 28 issue

January 28, 2016 West Maui Hospital can’t treat life-threatening cases At a recent meeting of the West Maui Taxpayers Association, as reported in The Maui News on Jan. more »»

LETTERS for January 21 issue

January 21, 2016 Upset about break-in I came to Maui in 1983 and have lived here most of those years (and the times that I didn’t, I wanted to be back on Maui so bad I ached). more »»

LETTERS for January 14 issue

January 14, 2016 Shame on Maui police Illegal fireworks have been going off all over West Maui. more »»

LETTERS for January 7 issue

January 7, 2016 Factors contribute to homeless problem There are so many new people moving to Maui from the Mainland, hundreds of working illegal aliens here, as well as legal green card Latino immigrants that... more »»

LETTERS for December 31 issue

December 31, 2015 Council bill would undermine community plans During the Maui Island Plan process, we were told that detailed land use decisions should be made during the community plan process. more »»

LETTERS for December 24 issue

December 24, 2015 Remembering Ace Cool In November, big wave surf legend Ace Cool (Alec Cooke) was killed by waves reported over 30 feet high on the North Shore of Oahu. more »»

LETTERS for December 17 issue

December 17, 2015 Aloha ‘Oe, Capt. Tom Warren Our dear friend, Tom, passed away in his sleep; no longer to be in pain. It’s not often we get to know someone that we connect with and share many good times with. more »»

LETTERS for December 10 issue

December 10, 2015 NATO must help troubled countries Planet Earth is finally opening up. It’s time for NATO to come to the rescue of our countries. They have the power to go, come, stay. more »»

LETTERS for December 3 issue

December 3, 2015 Politicians support science in line with their beliefs Neil deGrasse Tyson should be called the country’s science teacher. more »»

LETTERS for November 26 issue

November 26, 2015 Make Lahaina Bypass signs more visible It took us almost two weeks to notice the bypass. Why? The signage is very poor. more »»

LETTERS for November 19 issue

November 19, 2015 Police presence needed at library property Over the last five years, the Lahaina Library has undergone many change. more »»

LETTERS for November 12 issue

November 12, 2015 Questions that arise while driving in West Maui Just a few questions that pop into my mind every time I drive from Napili to the Pali: 1) Do you think it is possible to build a few more... more »»

LETTERS for November 5 issue

November 5, 2015 Bus shelters needed in rainy areas The newest fiasco is JoAnne Johnson-Winer gleefully announcing new rain bus shelters for Lahaina, which with Maalaea is one of the two driest towns on Maui. more »»



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