Exploring issues that affect upcountry life will be the subject of the Kula Community Association’s meeting at 7pm this Wednesday, September 13 at the Kula Community Center.
Five upcountry school principals will discuss changes at their schools: curriculum, traffic, and help they may need from the community. Schools included are Kula Elementary, Haleakala Waldorf, Kalama Intermediate, King Kekaulike and Carden Academy.
Kula Hospital’s new senior director Kim Fuson will describe changes that may be taking place now that Kaiser has taken over the hospital’s management. The meeting will also provide a forum for recommendations from upcountry residents. Kula Hospital is a critical access hospital offering urgent and limited rural emergency care. In addition to serving long-term care patients, it offers a range of outpatient services, including a family medicine clinic.
The County’s Real Property Tax Assessments Division Assistant Administrator Gery Madriaga will explain how agriculture-use parcels are assessed and reviewed for tax purposes.
Beginning at 6:30pm the usual great refreshments will be available with an opportunity to meet with your neighbors. All members of the Maui community are welcome at this informative meeting. Phone 283-4376 for information.
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.