Mar 21, 2017: School, bypass funds in House budget – The Maui News

The state House has targeted $382 million for capital improvement projects in Maui County, including $63 million for the new high school in Kihei and $40 million for another phase of the Lahaina bypass road. The House passed its version of the state budget last week. It needs to be reconciled in conference committee with the state Senate. South Maui Rep. Kaniela Ing said the Legislature will...
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DOE Position Change on KHS – Was Design Build, Now Traditional Build

This is the Honolulu Star Advertiser’s 9.27.2014 article from their Local Section on “Funding issues delay Kihei high school”. http://bit.ly/1vAF6FZ KHAT Spokesperson Andrew Beerer’s comments on the article: ***** It is the first public statement I have seen from Kalbert Young, regarding this subject.  His statement is curious, “the funding pieces don’t work...
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September 18, 2014 – The Maui News Publisher’s Op-Ed

Publisher’s Op-Ed Piece from the September 18, 2014 Maui News. http://bit.ly/1Dpp47c Share...
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September 16, 2014 Kihei Comm. Assn. Mtg. for KHS

Here is a summary of the Kihei Community Association’s September 16, 2014 general membership meeting by The Maui News. bit.ly/Xt2fyg Share...
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August 26, 2014 Letter from DOE Superintendent, Kathryn Matayoshi

Aug 26 2014 Kathryn Matayoshi Ltr to Andrew Share...
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August 15, 2014 Maui News Letter to the Editor

The Kihei community has been told that there was $130 million in the 2015 fiscal year budget to build Kihei high school. The Department of Education (DOE) could hit the ground running when the money became available on July 1, 2014. The DOE would be able to move forward as it planned for the past 6 years, contracting the project as a design-build with a single contractor. The design-build would...
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