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Options for Integrating More Wind Power Without Making the Grid Unstable

October 31, 2013 This letter is in response to Maui Weekly’s series of photovoltaic and electric utility articles. more »»

A Day in the Life of a Crisis Mobile Outreach Worker

October 17, 2013 Times are changing fast. We have the ability to change with them. October marks several national and international mental health awareness campaigns. more »»

Time is Running Out

October 10, 2013 This letter is in response to the articles covering the federal government shutdown that began Oct. 1. Over 30 years ago, the U.S. more »»

Fast Food Forward

October 3, 2013 This letter is in response to the articles covering the “Fast Food Forward” campaign that is seeking to increase the minimum wage to $15 per hour at restaurants such as McDonald’s, Burger King and... more »»

It’s Time to Lift the Whale Seasonal Ban on Personal Watercraft

September 26, 2013 Personal watercraft (PWC) are jet-propulsion vessels under 13 feet long. They go by many different manufacture names--the Kawasaki Jet Ski, Yamaha Wave Runner, Bombardier Seadoo and Honda Aqua Trax. more »»

Kihei Charter School is on the Path of Excellence

September 12, 2013 Education is a journey and not a destination. Kihei Charter School believes in that, and takes it to heart applying it to every one of our student. more »»

Hawai‘i’s Premiere Mortgage Company Settles with Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs

August 22, 2013 Much has been printed and reported in the media regarding allegations about Hawai‘i’s Premiere Mortgage Company by the Hawai‘i State Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs/Division of Financial... more »»

Cane Burning Must Stop

August 22, 2013 A recent letter from HC&S to The Maui News was both good news and bad. more »»

Maui School Garden Network thanks Chef Nabavi

August 15, 2013 Chef Paris Nabavi came into the life of the Maui School Garden Network (MSGN) two years ago when he offered to cover all the organic seed purchases for Maui County’s K-12 school. more »»

It Isn’t Speed That’s Killing Us. It’s Bad Driving.

July 23, 2013 According to a July 18 article in The Maui News, the Operation Speed campaign will be activating traffic and patrol officers, as well as “strategies” to stop and cite motorists for exceeding speed... more »»

Honolulu’s Rail Route Fiasco

July 18, 2013 A Category 3 or 4 hurricane will drive 20 to 30 feet of seawater inland. more »»

The Life of the Land

July 11, 2013 I read with interest a commentary entitled “Islandwide responsibility taken seriously,” (The Maui News, June 23) written by the general manager of HC&S. more »»

Hawaiian Airline Ticket Prices are Out of Control

July 4, 2013 Hawaiian Airlines’ arbitrary charges for ticketing are holding the local Hawaiian population hostage. When it costs over $300 to fly roundtrip for local folks, something is wron. more »»

Proposed O‘ahu Rail Stations are Billion-Dollar Bungle

June 27, 2013 Why are we building a railway in areas where our best scientific evidence shows that all of the roads and access points near the stations (at least five or six downtown station alone) will likely be... more »»

We Can Do Better

June 4, 2013 This letter is in response to the articles covering the reduction of food stamps. With all the debate recently for amending the U.S. more »»

Voters, Where is Your Outrage?

May 30, 2013 Has the state Department of Transportation, the governor or any of our representatives really considered the best interest of Maui by allowing the new airport access road to intersect Hana Highway a... more »»

Captain Offers Clarification on Jet Ski Safety

May 23, 2013 As the owner-operator of Pacific Jet Sports Inc., a personal watercraft rental business on Maui, I’d like an opportunity to respond to some recent letters, and some misconceptions about our busines. more »»

Safety a Priority at Canoe Beach

May 16, 2013 Whale season is coming to a close, canoe season is under way and school will be out soon. more »»

During Armed Forces Memorial Month, Remember…

May 9, 2013 Armed Forces of wars past and present are honored with monuments and memorials. They are symbols to remind us freedom is not free--it is paid for in bloo. more »»

Green Party Candidates Must Be Treated Fairly

April 25, 2013 On Saturday, April 27, on the Big Island, the Green Party of Hawai‘i (GPH) will hold its Annual State Convention at Hawaiian Acres Community Center beginning at 2 p.m. more »»



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