Good news everyone! Well, by "good," I mean "not horrible," and by "everyone," I mean Maui Meadows residents. Anyway, it turns out that Maui Mayor Alan Arakawa has decided that maybe his decision to ask 1,750 residents there (and in other parts of South Maui) who took part in the county's "3-Can" curbside recycling test project to give up their beloved recycling bins may have … [Read more...] about Curbside recycling is still dead, but county says Maui Meadows residents can keep their bins!
When you live on a small island located more than 2,500 miles from a major land mass, trash is everything. That’s why it’s not surprising that the word “recycling” appears repeatedly in the County of Maui’s General Plan–the 100 or so page document that will supposedly guide the county through the year 2030. Under “Key Strategies,” the document calls on the county to “Improve … [Read more...] about Recycling Has Really Taken A Beating Lately, But Will The County Of Maui’s Proposed Waste Conversion Facility Really Keep Most Garbage Out Of The Landfills?
We call this the Aloha State, but that doesn’t mean everyone’s nice to each other. Most people out here give friends, relatives and strangers a decent break, but we all know some lying, cheating, thieving parasite out there who just seems to enjoy causing misery in others. And while dealing with such a person is never fun, calling them out in Eh Brah! is great fun. So here are … [Read more...] about Eh, It’s MauiTime’s Annual Eh Brah Binge Issue!