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Chair’s 3 Minutes column
Trash Pickup in Paia and Kula Rescheduled for July 14
Mike at the Oskie Rice Rodeo Arena Blessing in Makawao – July 3, 2021.
NEW WEBSITE ALERT 🚨
Maui Coalition for Drug-Free Youth
“New updates on Maui’s Social Host Ordinance Website: www.mcdfy.org
Check out the site for:
- What is a social host ordinance?
- Why was a social host ordinance passed?
- A link to the codified ordinance language
- How a social host ordinance works
- Answers to frequently asked questions
- Resources for parents and teens on underage drinking prevention
- How to join the Maui Nui Youth Council and Maui Coalition for Drug-Free Youth (MCDFY)
- Info about MCDFY Executive Committee, staff, and community partners and how to contact us”
Maui parents now have the opportunity to learn about upcoming Social Host Ordinances and tips for preventing underage drinking at home
UPDATE: Maui County Emergency Rental Assistance Program
Online Public Hearing for Proposed Rules for Concession Operations set for June 23rd
Long-Term Rental Exemption and Downloadable Application
“The RPAD is marketing the long-term rental program and encouraging people to apply before 12/31/21.” – Marcy Martin, AAS – Real Property Tax Administrator
Mike’s Letter to Public Works regarding the North Shore Greenway Bike Path
The comments are for the North Shore Greenway (bike path) Alternative Analysis draft study. This study reviews extending the Greenway from Lower Paia near the Paia Young Center to Hookipa Beach Park.
It reviews 5 potential alternatives, which include proposed routes, existing concerns and constraints, planning requirements, entitlements and design.
Maui County’s Rental and Utility Relief Program
Download the full June 2021 Newsletter from the “Quarterly Newsletters” page
Locating of a Fire Station in Haiku Region
North Shore Greenway Bike Path Study
During the Council’s Fiscal Year 2020 Budget review CM Molina asked the Council to appropriate funds for the extension of the North Shore Greenway Bike Path from its terminus at Lower Paia Park to Hookipa Beach Park.
The Department of Public Works contracted for the study and has completed a draft of the study on May 25, 2021.
Five potential routes have been identified and are included in Figure 1 of the attached study.
I welcome comments on the draft study, then in the near future, we can hold a community meeting to review the study.