Community Meeting - Wed, Sept 11
The Kula Community Association welcomes all Maui residents to our community meeting in the Kula Community Center from 7pm to 9pm this coming Wednesday, September 11. Join your neighbors from 6:30pm for refreshments. We will have an exciting and informative evening with several speakers covering topics of wide community interest.
Speakers and Topics:
Wildfires have become a real concern on Maui. Maui Fire Department’s Deputy Fire Chief Brad Ventura, Darren Strand from Mahi Pono and Maui Electric Company’s Mahina Martin will speak on this significant threat.
Council member Alice Lee will discuss two proposed County ordinances now before the Maui County Council’s Water and Infrastructure Committee. She is seeking feedback from upcountry residents.
For more information: 283-4376
Community Announcements - September 2019
State Department of Transportation officials announced that cameras currently have been placed at many intersections, including the following which may be of special interest to Upcountry residents:
Maui 20 Year Transportation Plan Review
On September 27 the Maui Metropolitan Planning Organization Policy Board will review a draft 20 year transportation plan for the county. The draft plan includes 84 specific projects that are spread over the entire island as well as 12 island-wide capital projects. The plan includes: Capacity projects focusing on resiliency and opportunities to encourage infill development; maintenance and preservation projects to address critical infrastructure needs; safety projects to address high-crash areas, complete streets project to provide travel options and promote health (think bikeways and walking paths); and transit projects to support affordability. The draft plan also includes some cost estimates as well as an attempt to identify funding sources, besides taxes.
The meeting starts at 09:00 hrs in Kalana Pakui Planning Conference Room at 250 S. High Street, Wailuku. All are welcome to attend or submit testimony online: https://mauimpo.org/public-testimony-form. A summary of the plan should be available at https://mauimpo.org/hele-mai-maui-2040 a few days prior to the September 27 meeting.
In October there will be an online survey about the draft Plan. Directions for accessing the survey will be provided when available.
There will also be a pop-up planning booth at the following events.
Mail in membership form. Tweet
For information on previous Community Meetings
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New Hats are now available. Prices start at $19.
Purchase at our next community meeting or:
Kula True Value Hardware & Nursery
Joe's Kula Auto (formerly Calasa's)
KCA Board Vacancy
The KCA Board has several vacancies and is seeking community members who would like to join the Board. We meet at Kula Elementary School monthly on the first Tuesday, 5:30 to 6:30 pm. Please use the Contact Us form to indicate your interest and you will be contacted shortly thereafter.
Board Meeting Schedule
The KCA Board meets for one hour on the first Tuesday each month at the Kula Elementary School at 5:30 pm. All are welcome to attend. To place an item on the agenda, please contact: KCA President, Gina Flammer at 250-6589, or email to: flammerfamily (at) aol.com
Next Board Meetings:
Tue. Oct 1st 5:30pm
Tue. Nov 5th 5:30pm
Tue. Dec 3rd 5:30pm
Members and non-members are invited to attend at the Kula Community Center (just above Holy Ghost Church).
Next Community Meetings:
Wed. September 11th 7:00pm
Wed. November 13th 7:00pm
To suggest a topic for our general meeting or to get directions click the button below.
The vision of the Kula community Association is to preserve open space, support agriculture, maintain a rural residential atmosphere, and to work together as a community. The specific purpose of this association is to improve the quality of life for the residents of Kula, to promote civic welfare and generally to benefit the community of Kula.
Kula Community Association
P.O. Box 417 Kula, Maui, Hawaii 96790
Webmaster: Chuck Carletta
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Photo Credit: Dawn Jernaill, St. John's Church photo in headers.