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'Budget and Finance Committee'

Jul 16

Press Release: Committee to visit proposed relocation sites for county service center

Posted to Councilmember Mike White on August 19, 2014 at 12:20 PM by Troy Hashimoto

WAILUKU, Hawaii – On Monday, July 21, the Maui County Council’s Budget and Finance Committee will inspect two proposed sites for a new county service center in Central Maui, Committee Chair Mike White announced today.

County Service Center

Monday’s site inspection is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. on the mauka end of the vacant lot located at Waiale Road and Kaupo Street, at the driveway entrance nearest to Foodland, in the Kehalani Village Center in Wailuku.

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Jul 16

PRESS RELEASE: Committee to visit proposed relocation sites for county service center

Posted to Maui County Council Blog on July 16, 2014 at 3:18 PM by Office of Council Services

WAILUKU, Hawaii – On Monday, July 21, the Maui County Council’s Budget and Finance Committee will inspect two proposed sites for a new county service center in Central Maui, Committee Chair Mike White announced today.

County Service Center

Monday’s site inspection is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. on the mauka end of the vacant lot located at Waiale Road and Kaupo Street, at the driveway entrance nearest to Foodland, in the Kehalani Village Center in Wailuku.

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Jun 23

Statement on Mayor's line-item veto, Council approves override

Posted to Councilmember Mike White on June 24, 2014 at 11:05 AM by Troy Hashimoto

Although this veto represents democracy in action, it is important for residents to understand what is at risk.  The vetoes remove essential components of the budget specifically requested by the residents.  
  
Your Budget and Finance Committee held 26 meetings in the Council Chamber and 8 meetings in every district, including Hana, Molokai and Lanai.  Over 500 individuals provided testimony, 464 people mailed survey responses, and 308 people sent e-mails.  

Through extensive public input, the community requested the Council to address specific needs in the budget.  The people’s Council listened to the community by adopting a budget unanimously that will move the County forward not only for the upcoming year, but for generations to come.

I would like to address the specific concerns in the Mayor’s veto.

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