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Maui County Council Blog

The Maui County Council is a nine-member legislative body of officials who are elected on at-large basis (i.e., all County voters can cast votes for all nine seats), one each from nine residency areas. Each Council member is elected for a two-year term.

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Apr 22

PRESS RELEASE: Council passes bill creating tobacco-free parks and facilities, including beaches

Posted on April 22, 2014 at 4:06 PM by Office of Council Services

WAILUKU, Hawaii – The Maui County Council voted 8-0 to pass Bill 24, prohibiting tobacco use and products in county parks and facilities, including beaches, Councilmember Don S. Guzman announced today. 

Testifier with cigarette butts


“It is good fortune that on Earth Day, Maui County has taken a step forward in protecting our beautiful coastal environment and promoting the health of our residents and visitors,”  Councilmember Guzman said. 

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Apr 18

Press release: Committee to receive real property tax valuations for FY2015

Posted on April 18, 2014 at 12:21 PM by Office of Council Services

WAILUKU, HAWAII – The Budget and Finance Committee will discuss revenue projections on the county’s largest revenue source, real property taxes, on Monday, April 21 at 9 a.m., Committee Chair Mike White announced today.
                
The committee received a certified list of the net taxable value of real property in the county from the Director of Finance, showing a $36.25 billion valuation, which is $2.84 billion more than last year.

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Apr 16

For 2nd and final reading: Bill 26 relating to Water System Development Fees

Posted on April 16, 2014 at 9:36 AM by Office of Council Services

Bill 26 (2014), to enable the Council to establish exemptions to Water System Development Fees in the annual budget, will be considered for second and final reading at the April 22 Council meeting.

Water Dev Fees

Agenda: http://www.mauicounty.gov/ArchiveCenter/ViewFile/Item/18968

Also up for second and final reading are Bill 24, which would ban tobacco use in parks and beaches, and Bill 25, which would grant a permit for an artist’s business in Hana.

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