The beach cleanup was held on Sunday, March 30, and comes as the Maui County Council considers a bill on first reading this Friday that seeks the creation of Tobacco-Free Zones at all Maui County parks and beaches.
“While we don’t know that this suspect is in Hawaiʻi, the fact is that he has to be somewhere. As such, we are asking people to share his photos on social media, so we can get some meaningful tips,” said Honolulu FBI Special Agent Tom Simon.
In Kahului, Maui, wave activity reached 1.7 feet with 18 minute intervals between waves according to a reading at 5:14 a.m. Maui beach parks will remain closed until Ocean Safety officials have completed an assessment of the conditions.
Maui Mayor Alan Arakawa will discuss multiple sclerosis awareness and his version of the 2015 Fiscal Year Budget during the next edition of his television show entitled “Your County with Mayor Arakawa.”
The annual BE A JERK, statewide campaign to stop underage drinking kicks off today with a proclamation to be signed by Maui Mayor Alan Arakawa this afternoon, proclaiming April as Alcohol Awareness month in Maui County.