Maui Mayor Alan Arakawa provides clarification on the proper disposal of animal carcasses and feces, and answers a question about graffiti cleanup in a gulch north of Kilohana Drive in South Maui.
Mayor Alan Arakawa provides an update on bike path expansion and answers questions about the possibility of converting “rails-to-trails” in old Lahaina cane fields.
Maui Mayor Alan Arakawa responds to a question about the progress of the North South Collector Road and factors that affect the timeline of the project.
The mayor answers questions about annoying glare caused by the flood lights of neighbors, and what the county’s guidelines are on speed hump installation requests.
James “Kimo” Falconer, the owner and president of MauiGrown Coffee in Kāʻanapali speaks out against the GMO moratorium that will appear on the November general election ballot on Maui.
The mayor responds to a complaint about conflicting uses of Ukumehame waters by kayak and surf companies, and inquires about alleged drone use by commercial surf companies.
Maui Mayor Alan Arakawa answers questions relating to the legality of vacation rentals on Maui, and if it’s legal to ride a bike on a sidewalk.
Mayor Arakawa explains why all real property tax records are being digitized and old records are being thrown out. He also addresses irrigation timing issues at Wahikuli in West Maui.
New bus shelters for Kīhei are currently in the design process with construction tentatively slated for next fiscal year. Construction of new shelters this fiscal year is focused on the Lahaina area.
There is a stretch of beach between Baldwin Beach Park and Pāʻia Bay, where the old lime kiln used to be, that has become a nudist gathering spot. Isn’t this an illegal activity?
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