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Maui Electric to Hold Silent Auction for Retired Vehicles

Maui Electric’s Fleet Department will hold a silent auction for its retired vehicles on Wednesday, April 24, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., on the front lawn of Maui Electric’s Kahului parking lot located at 210 W. Kamehameha Avenue and Wakea Avenue. More information on the retired vehicles, the bid form, and guidelines for the auction can be viewed on …

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Hawaiian Airlines Hiring in Kahului

Hawaiian Airlines is recruiting for guest service, cargo and ramp agent positions at Kahului Airport. The airline will be holding an open house on April 27 at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center in Kahului to provide more information about the career opportunities. Job seekers interested in attending the open house should register online by April 25. Hawaiian Airlines guest …

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Red Cross to Install Free Smoke Alarms in Kahului, Wailuku

From April 24 through April 27, between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Red Cross volunteers will be installing free smoke alarms in the Kahului and Wailuku areas, focusing on vulnerable populations like the elderly, disabled, needy, and families with young children. This is part of the Red Cross Home Fire Campaign, in which volunteers will also be teaching residents how …

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MAYORWatch: Do I Have the Right to Call Police Over a Strong Marijuana Smell?

Mayor Michael Victorino answers some of the most-asked questions submitted to his office staff. Question: I live in an apartment with people living above and on the side of our unit. We could smell a strong scent of marijuana that started a week ago and it’s been happening almost daily. It’s sometimes twice to three times a day and lasts for …

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MAYORWatch: What Items Are Currently Being Recycled on Maui?

Mayor Michael Victorino answers some of the most-asked questions submitted to his office staff. Question: What items are currently being recycled on Maui? I have heard rumors that certain items like glass are just being thrown into the landfill and that cardboard will soon be given the same treatment. Is this correct? Please clarify. Answer: We have heard concerns that some …

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MAYORWatch: Why are Hana Highway Speed Limits So Slow?

Mayor Michael Victorino answers some of the most-asked questions submitted to his office staff. Question: Why are the speed limits on Hana Highway past Paia mostly 30 or 35 miles per hour? The speed limit for a highway shouldn’t be the same as Kaahumanu Avenue. That seems to be a ridiculously slow speed for a highway. Have you ever followed a …

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MAYORWatch: How Can We Arrange for Trees Blocking Traffic Lights to be Trimmed?

Mayor Michael Victorino answers some of the most-asked questions submitted to his office staff. Question: The trees along Hoʻokele Street from Target to Zippy’s are overgrown. They are blocking the traffic lights which are a hazard for both drivers and pedestrians as they cross the street.  How can we arrange to have these trees trimmed? Answer: Mahalo for your question and concerns. …

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MAYORWatch: What Are the Specifications of a Bedroom Classification?

Mayor Michael Victorino answers some of the most-asked questions submitted to his office staff. Question: Aloha, I would like to know if a 10-foot by 12-foot room can be classified as a bedroom, even though it doesn’t have a built-in closet. It does have windows that provide egress. Thank you. Answer: My staff checked with the Development Services Administration and were …

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Haleakalā to Offer Free Admission to Kick Off National Park Week

Entrance fees to Haleakalā National Park will be waived for the public on Saturday, April 20 at the start of National Park Week, which continues through April 28. Also on April 20, National Junior Ranger Day will be celebrated with a special Volunteer-in-Parks program. Kids, along with family, and friends, can sign up as volunteers and join in a ‘ōpala …

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