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Aloha! Welcome to Maui Meadows


MAUI MEADOWS NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION
ANNUAL MEETING MONDAY 1/18/21 6:30 pm on ZOOM

Link to Join Zoom MeetingClick here or
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81159991281?pwd=aDhNeGtHT3ZGRjFWTWtqS2piK2hndz09


OR go to zoom.us and click “join a meeting”
Then enter this meeting ID and passcode:

Meeting ID: 811 5999 1281
Passcode: 291144

Beginning at 6:30 you will see and hear:

Our current Board of Directors, Council Member KELLY KING on current updates; State Representative TINA WILDBERGER with updates; Lucienne deNaie reporting on Wailea 670 status AND the recent meeting with LEDCOR Development re: Traffic Light at Mikioi, widening of the Highway, etc; CarolAnn Barrows with a PONO POWER COALITION status report on the Solar project at the top of Maui Meadows; and Kate Blystone explaining South Maui Alakai’I Project planning for the future of our area.

We will have an election for 3 Board of Director positions needed.

IF YOU WANT TO JOIN AS A MEMBER for the calendar year 2021: Please Click JOIN (above). It’s $30 and you can pay by PayPal or there is an address where to send a check.

The Maui Meadows Neighborhood Association was established in 1999 in order serve all Residents of Maui Meadows, not just the home owners who had been represented by the Maui Meadows Homeowner Association.  In 2010, the former Maui Meadows Homeowners Association merged with the Maui Meadows Neighborhood Association.

Having one Association that represents all the Residents of the neighborhood has been important in having a voice with County of Maui on issues that impact our quality of life. Some of those issues have been limiting the number of Short Term Rental Homes in Maui Meadows, maintaining adequate firebreaks, request for service regarding safety issues on vacant parcels, providing input on the Honua’ula (aka Wailea 670), protection of Rural Zoning,  and providing information to residents regarding our CC&Rs, and who to contact to resolve problematic situations.