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Clyde Kahalehau

Aha Moku representative and Po’o for Wailuku Moku. 

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 Subject: Questions for June 28 Meeting - Maalaea Retention Basin Project

Good morning!

We look forward to seeing you next week Thursday.  If you have questions about the Mā‘alaea Retention Basin project at this time, please email them to me by this Friday. This will allow us time to prepare and bring the information to you at our meeting.

Again, we will meet in our Maui Electric auditorium at 5:00 p.m. If you arrive before 5:00, please park in any unmarked stall, as those directly in front of our auditorium are reserved for those who have business to tend to at our customer service window. Our address is 210 West Kamehameha Avenue in Kahului.


Community Relations Specialist

Maui Electric Company
P.O. Box 398
Kahului, HI  96733

O:(808) 872-3244
F: (808) 872-3248

E: kuhea.asiu@mauielectric.com

Subject: Public Discussion on Moku/Ahupua'a Signs


Vernon Kalanikau and Riley Regan have scheduled a public meeting on Monday, July 2, 2018 at 6:00 pm at the J. Walter Cameron Center Auditorium, 95 Mahalani St, Wailuku. 

The purpose of the meeting is to discuss and gather information from the various communities, our Kupuna, cultural practitioners, kumu and others who have knowledge of Moku and Ahupua'a boundaries/land divisions.

All of the information and data provided will help in the decision and location of where Moku and Ahupua'a signs will be installed on roadways.

For more information or to volunteer, call Vernon at 385-0731 or email Riley at yoshio.regan@gmail.com.



Vernon Kalanikau

Po'o Representative 

'Aha Moku O Kula Makai Council


Community Meeting and Discussion on Moku and Ahupua'a Sign Project


J. Walter Cameron Center Auditorium   

95 Mahalani St. Wailuku, 96793

Monday July 2, 2018 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm


-6:00 pm....Pule. Offered by a Kupuna or a resident of Wailuku Moku.

-Opening remarks........Vernon Kalanikau

-Introduction / Recognize in attendence: Kupuna, State and County officials.

-Connecting with Riley Regan

-A brief presentation on the South Maui Sign Project.

-What map do we use to determine the boundaries of the Moku and Ahupua'a.

(Kula Makai Sign Project chose W.D. Alexander & M.D. Monsariat 1872-1879 map)

-Focus on Moku boundaries first.

-Work on Ahupua'a boundaries one Moku at a time.

-Diacritical Marks or No Diacritical Marks.

-Sign sizes..........

-Oahu and Kaua'i Signs

-Education components. Website; links to DOT, County and Schools/Immersion

Schools, Tourist Assn., Hotel Assn., Airlines, Maui Chamber of Commerce,

Informational booth at 4th Friday.

-Other comments

-7:20 pm.....Closing Pule........

Mahalo to Riley Regan for initiating the question and the attention to this sign

project. Also mahalo to your parents Lynn Araki-Regan and Keith Regan for their


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