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Join Civil Beat for a pupu hour before the discussion!

This November, Maui County voters have a chance to weigh in on 13 proposals that seek to transform how their local government works.

The vast majority of the questions that Maui County voters will see on the Nov. 8 ballot are the culmination of more than a year of work by a group of residents tasked with reviewing the County Charter — the document that serves as the government’s constitution. That process only happens once every 10 years.

Now, it’s up to Maui County voters like you to decide if you want to support the suggested changes. Among the proposals: Whether the county should operate as a bilingual government, create a new housing department and require more government transparency.

Join Civil Beat reporters Marina Riker and Brittany Lyte as they cohost a discussion about the 13 proposed Maui Charter Amendments.

Guest Speakers:

  • Shane Sinenci – Chair of the Agriculture and Public Trust Committee
  • Keoni Kuoha* – Vice Chair, Maui Charter Commission
  • Michael Williams* – Board of Directors, Maui Tomorrow Foundation
  • Dave DeLeon* – Long-time Maui journalist and Vice President, Na Hale O Maui.
  • Ashley Olson* – Teacher at Lahainaluna High School

*Members of the Charter Commission


5 – 6 p.m. Civil Beat will host a pupu hour where you can mingle with our staff and reporters

6 – 7 p.m. The discussion will be held inside Ike Lea Room 144

Find all of Civil Beat’s Maui County coverage here.

Thank you to UH Maui College for their support with this event.

Civil Beat’s coverage of Maui County is supported in part by grants from the Nuestro Futuro Foundation and the Fred Baldwin Memorial Foundation.

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