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LETTERS for the May 9 issue

May 9, 2019 Maintain funding for Third Saturday Recycling Please fund Lahaina recycling! I volunteer every third Saturday of the month at Lahaina Cannery Mall to help recycle old appliances, scrap metal and... more »»

LETTERS for the May 2 issue

May 2, 2019 Students appreciate new science books The third grade students of King Kamehameha III Elementary School would like to thank Roger Arsenal for choosing us as the recipient of his annual charity golf... more »»

LETTERS for the April 25 issue

April 25, 2019 Help the planet by changing your diet Earth Day was April 22, marking a half-century of promoting environmental awarenesss and calling for protection of our planet. more »»

LETTERS for the April 18 issue

April 18, 2019 “Water Theft Bill” proposed The Sierra Club has long fought for the protection of Hawaii’s public resources and people’s rights to enjoy those resources. more »»

LETTERS for the April 11 issue

April 11, 2019 Kaanapali beach walk needs to be in better taste On the quintessential (perfectly typical) beach walk along Kaanapali Beach, the beauty of the scene is rapidly coming to an end. more »»

LETTERS for the April 4 issue

April 4, 2019 Community plan is ignored I have to just laugh when I saw that the county is asking once again for the public’s input for a community pla. more »»

LETTERS for the March 28 issue

March 28, 2019 Change your diet this spring Spring brings renewed enthusiasm for all sorts of endeavors; it’s also a superb second chance to actualize those New Year’s resolutions favoring more exercise and... more »»

LETTERS for the March 21 issue

March 21, 2019 New people could mean new ideas at the county The County Council-approved, mayor’s-appointed director of Housing and Human Concerns must have a heart for couch surfers, people living in cars and... more »»

LETTERS for the March 14 issue

March 14, 2019 More housing would boost Maui tax revenues As Maui County lawmakers search under the couch cushions for loose change that would help them meet their budgetary goals, they should remember that... more »»

LETTERS for the March 7 issue

March 7, 2019 Go vegan for Lent March 6 marks the beginning of Lent, the period before Easter, when devout Christians abstain from animal foods in remembrance of Jesus’ 40 days of fasting in the wilderness. more »»

LETTERS for the February 28 issue

February 28, 2019 Use Honolulu rail funds for more important projects Governor Ige should take a lesson from Governor Newsom and shut down the rail project. more »»

LETTERS for the February 21 issue

February 21, 2019 Organic waste going into landfills As I do photography throughout Hawaii, it gives me a great opportunity to observe the island spaces we live within and how we all can do our part in that... more »»

LETTERS for the February 14 issue

February 14, 2019 Help keep rents affordable at Front Street Apartments The tenants of the Front Street Apartments complex (FSA) are encouraging you to support us in our efforts to keep the safety of our homes. more »»

LETTERS for the February 7 issue

February 7, 2019 Toddler Trump needs a timeout President Trump announced an end to the government shutdown on Jan. 25. more »»

LETTERS for the January 31 issue

January 31, 2019 Hospital project a financial mess A recent article in The Maui News provided an update on the long overdue West Maui Hospital. It does not look good. more »»

LETTERS for the January 24 issue

January 24, 2019 Nice to see good news Thank you for the wonderful article on the Napilihau Recreation Center renovation. Louise Rockett did a great job writing it. more »»

LETTERS for the January 17 issue

January 17, 2019 Help end the government shutdown It is time for every citizen to get involved. Our current government shutdown exemplifies the dysfunction that exists in our Legislative Branch. more »»

LETTERS for the January 10 issue

January 10, 2019 How to improve the schools I wish to address those people on the island who think that the problems with the education of our keiki can be solved by “them” (i.e. more »»

LETTERS for the January 3 issue

January 3, 2019 Impressed by Lahaina roadwork I was very impressed in how quickly the intersection of Keawe Street and Honoapiilani Highway was completed. more »»

LETTERS for the December 27 issue

December 27, 2018 Hawaii needs a tax to fund education Aloha members of the Hawaii State Senate. more »»



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