August 26, 2014 Letter from DOE Superintendent, Kathryn Matayoshi

Aug 26 2014 Kathryn Matayoshi Ltr to Andrew Share...

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...

June 24, 2014 KHAT Mtg with So. Maui Rep. Kaniela Ing

KHAT met yesterday with our South Maui Rep. Kaniela Ing. KHAT is looking carefully at the high school’s financing trend. We understand to date: * HD-1 appropriated $65 million this past legislative session; * The $65 million appropriation was subsequently reduced to a $30 million appropriation; * A portion of the $130 million needed for KHS comes from the SEFI special projects fund via...

May 27, 2014 UL 1st Reading – County Land Use Committee

The Unilateral Agreement (UL) combining the updated Change in Zoning (CIZ) and Community Plan Amendment (CPA) related to Kihei High School passed 8-0 on its 1st reading at Maui County’s Land Use Committee meeting today. This document now returns to the Bureau of Conveyances to record additions from today’s meeting. Share...

March 29, 2014 Hawai’i News Now – KHS Article

Here’s a link to the article with quotes from Speaker of the House, Joe Souki. “Construction is expected to begin in 2015, and the full funding will allow bidding on the whole project, saving the State millions of dollars.” Share...

February 4, 2014 Pacific Business News Article

Here’s a link to a Pacific Business News article published February 4, 2014 about both the planned Kihei Charter High School and the Kihei High School:   KHAT Spokesperson, Andrew Beerer, is quoted in the article as saying, “The project has moved forward, but as far as beginning construction it depends on how funding is going to be allocated at this...

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