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LETTERS for the September 27 issue

September 27, 2018 Victorino’s site visit raises hopes for West Maui residents The recent destruction along Lower Honoapiilani Road in West Maui caused by Tropical Storm Olivia prompted Mike Victorino to visit our... more »»

LETTERS for the September 20 issue

September 20, 2018 Congressional team should pursue Hawaiian Sovereignty Bill Mazie Hirono “exposed” Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, releasing his e-mail: “... more »»

LETTERS for the September 13 issue

September 13, 2018 Thanks for helping Lahaina Intermediate after the fire Lahaina Intermediate School would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to each and every one of the wonderful people out there who made it... more »»

LETTERS for the September 6 issue

September 6, 2018 Support county funding for Maui Fire Department Fortunate and grateful. That’s what most of us in West Maui ought to be feeling after the recent hurricane and fires. more »»

LETTERS for the August 30 issue

August 30, 2018 How could you do such a thing, MECO? I have been visiting or living on Maui for 44 years, and two weeks ago I hit the worst traffic I have ever encountered. more »»

LETTERS for the August 23 issue

August 23, 2018 Global warming bites back With scorching heat and raging wildfires in the West, and torrential downpours and massive flooding in the East, global warming is not just about a gentle sea rise anymor. more »»

LETTERS for the August 16 issue

August 16, 2018 Most leaders are corporate owned It makes me sad when I talk to people who were born here and they share with me the ways things used to be. A way of life when people used to care about each other. more »»

LETTERS for the August 9 issue

August 9, 2018 Conduct roadwork at night The bypass is far better than many people expected (that would include me), but we have not seen it during peak tourism time starting at Thanksgiv. more »»

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 »»



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