The Lawmakers Listen event runs from 6 to 7:30 p.m. tonight, at the Kīhei Charter School stage room, located in the Līpoa Center in the old Hapa’s location near First Hawaiian Bank on East Līpoa Street.
“He personally demonstrates the value of a healthy lifestyle by coaching as well as teaching our keiki during the critical middle school years when they thrive in the presence of good role models and reminders of concrete goals,” said Rep. McKelvey.
The resolutions urge the governor and Public Utilities Commission to seek alternatives to the industrial wind generation facilities and inter-island high-voltage undersea electric transmission cable system proposed for the islands of Molokai and Lanai.
Although Ka’anapali Beach was recently named the best beach in the nation, lawmakers say it has experienced severe and chronic erosion, that has degraded sections of the beach and damaged shoreline infrastructure and amenities.
The structure was originally designed as a commercial hub, but lawmakers now say the decrepit state of the pier creates a safety hazard for the increasing amount of local fisherman and recreational visitors.
“This bill impacts everyone because as an island state we are extremely dependent on inter-island air travel, especially in ensuring that the smaller rural areas in Hawaii are well-served and have access to the other areas of the state…”