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April 14, 2015

Resolution Seeks Reinstatment of “Wailuku River” Name at ʻĪao

The Maui County Council adopted a resolution that urges the Hawaiʻi State Board on Geographic Names to rename ʻĪao Stream to Wailuku River.
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October 13, 2014

VIDEO: Water, Tears Flow After Decade Long Battle at ʻĪao

"We're hopeful that with the return of stream flow to Nā Wai ʻEhā (The Four Waters) that this can be the latest in the ripple that will create a wave that carries forward for many generations yet to come," said Kapua Sproat of Earthjustice.
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July 12, 2010

Appeal filed in water decision over Na Wai Eha

Two Maui community groups today appealed the state Water Commission’s decision on in-stream flow standards at Nä Wai ‘Ehä, or “The Four Great Waters” of Waihe‘e River and Waiehu, ‘Ïao, and Waikapü Streams in West Maui. The groups say the 12.5 million gallons per day (mgd) of water restored, is less than what they had... Read more »
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June 21, 2010

Two Maui groups seek to invalidate A&B’s EIS for new Water Treatment Plant

By Wendy Osher The environmental lawfirm, Earthjustice, filed a lawsuit today on behalf of two community groups on Maui challenging plans for a water treatment plant in Waiale.  The facility is proposed by Alexander & Baldwin, a company that has been fighting for water to sustain sugarcane crops under its Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Company... Read more »
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September 03, 2009


The Maui Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce hosts its third annual Hui Holomua Business Fest this Friday at the Grand Wailea Resort.  The festivities also feature the inaugural Ko’i Award ceremony.  The day begins with the arrival of a fleet of canoes and ceremonial Hawaiian protocol at the beach fronting the hotel at dawn.  There... Read more »
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January 13, 2009


The Public Utilities Commission issued an order on Friday, to suspend a docket filed by Wailuku Water Company.  The former Wailuku Sugar plantation company had sought approvals for a certificate of convenience and necessity to provide non-potable water distribution to customers in the central region (including Waihee, Waiehu, Puuohala, Wailuku and Waikapu).  The restrictions come... Read more »
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