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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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Jul 25

We're Hiring: LEGISLATIVE ATTORNEY

Posted on July 25, 2014 at 7:23 PM by Office of Council Services

Duties: Carries out the functions of the Office of Council Services, including assisting the County Council, its committees, and the Council members in their legislative responsibilities. Routine work includes reviewing and analyzing laws, opinions, bills, resolutions, budget documents, contracts, and other documents upon request; performing legal and policy research and writing assignments; and staffing Council committee meetings. 

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Jul 24

PRESS RELEASE: Guzman calls for parks care, proposes volunteer policy

Posted on July 24, 2014 at 3:21 PM by Office of Council Services

WAILUKU, Hawaii – The Maui County Council’s Economic Development, Energy, Agriculture, and Recreation Committee will consider a bill on Tuesday, July 29, at 1:30 p.m., to implement a park volunteer policy for Maui County, Committee Chair Don Guzman announced today. 

Adopt a parks policy

Guzman said the policy would provide opportunities for volunteers and donors to maintain, preserve, beautify and improve county playing fields and parks, including beaches. 

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Jul 24

PRESS RELEASE: Committee to consider ban on polystyrene food containers

Posted on July 24, 2014 at 11:32 AM by Office of Council Services

WAILUKU, Hawaii –The Infrastructure and Environmental Management Committee will consider a bill on Monday, July 28, at 1:30 p.m. in the Council Chamber in Wailuku, to ban the use and sale of polystyrene disposable food service containers, Committee Chair Elle Cochran announced today.

 Polystyrene container
The bill, introduced by Councilmember Michael Victorino, would prohibit food establishments and vendors from using or selling polystyrene food containers. The most well-known polystyrene product is Styrofoam, which is widely used by residents for plate lunches and take-out containers. 

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