Under the bill, hours of operation would be limited to 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.; automotive repair and body shops would require a special use permit; and only one ground or wall sign, no larger than 2 square feet would be permitted.
Maui police have since arrested Jackobs Khoi Duong Duy, 26, of Lahaina on suspicion of second degree attempted murder. Police say Duy remains in custody, but has not been formally charged as of Sunday morning, Oct. 5.
Police described the suspect as local, with a tribal diamond shaped tattoo running along the outside of his right arm. Police say the man is approximately 5 feet 5 inches tall, in his 30’s, weighing 240 pounds, with medium brown colored skin, and bald with patches of black hair.
A new infestation of little fire ants has been confirmed in a large forested area of Nāhiku in East Maui. Authorities say the infested area covers at least 20 acres along the Hāna Highway, according to initial estimates.
Gubernatorial candidates running in the 2014 general election fielded questions on Maui relating to Native Hawaiian Governance, delays in construction of the Kīhei High School, and their thoughts on affordable housing.