Board of Variances and Appeals
Thurs., Apr. 26, 1:30 p.m.
Tony Roma’s aroma better not attract too many customers because the
new Lahaina restaurant wants permission to provide just half the
required parking stalls (10 instead of 20) at the Old Kishi Building on
Planning Department Conference Room, First Floor of Kalana Pakui Building, 250 South High St., Wailuku
Maui County Council
Fri., Apr. 27, 9 a.m.
My budget for next year is so not even in the works but the County
of Maui’s Fiscal Year 2008 is totally planned… or at least really
close. See for yourself: they’re already discussing details like the
proposed raises of Deputies Corporation Counsel and Deputies
Prosecuting Attorney ($6,350 and $7,650, respectively). Then they’ll
propose a bill increasing rates at the Waiehu Municipal Golf Course.
And since the county seems to be having some pension issues—much like
Corporate America—there’s a proposal to establish a “post-employment
obligations fund” for the retired employees of the Employee’s
Retirement System of the State of Hawai`i and the Hawai`i
Employer-Union Health Benefit Trust Fund. That should keep the retirees
happy. And we all know what unhappy retirees do when election-time
8th Floor Council Chamber, Kalana O Maui Building, 200 High St., Wailuku.
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