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Uluniu Kihei Reserve Area topic of Governor’s Advisory Maui meeting

October 21, 2010, 7:27 AM HST
* Updated October 21, 9:46 AM
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South Maui’s Uluniu Kihei Reserve Area will be the topic of discussion at tonight’s meeting of the Governor’s Council of Neighbor Island Advisors for Maui.  State Department of Land and Natural Resources special projects coordinator, Morris Atta will provide an update report on the reserve, which is located about 1,000 feet south of Lipoa Street in Kihei.

The meeting starts at 5 p.m. at the Velma McWayne Santos Community Center in Wailuku.  The public is invited to attend.

Morris Atta, special projects coordinator with the Department of Land and Natural Resources, Land Division will give an update report on the Uluniu Kihei Reserve Area final agreement.

Governor Linda Lingle created councils of neighbor island advisors to give neighbor island residents a stronger voice in state government. The Governor’s Council of Neighbor Island Advisors for Maui holds monthly public meetings to seek community input, advise the Governor of important issues and make recommendations for state boards and commissions.

The members of the Governor’s Council of Neighbor Island Advisors for Maui are Madge Schaefer (chair), Kathryn Ghean (vice chair), John Henry, Lori Ululani Sablas, Gail K. Takeuchi and Leona Rocha Wilson.


Anyone requiring special accommodations to participate at this meeting may call 243-5796 for assistance.  For additional information on the Governor’s Council of Neighbor Island Advisors, including meeting agendas and minutes, visit the Governor’s Web site at


(Posted by Wendy Osher; supporting information courtesy Office of the Governor, State of Hawaii)

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