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Council Members
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Contact

Office Physical Address Mailing Address City Phone Fax
Hana 5091 Uakea Rd.
Building A, Room 1
P. O. Box 877 Hana, Hawaii 96713  (808) 248-7513    (808) 248-7514 
Lana'i Eighth St. P. O. Box 630647 Lanai City, Hawaii 96763  (808) 565-7094  (808) 565-6436 
Moloka'i 100 Ainoa St. P. O. Box 889 Kaunakakai, Hawaii 96748  (808) 553-3888   (808) 553-3055
Wailuku 200 S. High St 200 S. High St Wailuku, Hawaii 96793  (808) 270-7838   (808) 270-7686

Members
  • Gladys Coelho Baisa, Council Chair
  • Robert Carroll, Council Vice-Chair
  • Elle Cochran, Council Member
  • Donald G. Couch, Jr., Council Member
  • Stacy Crivello, Council Member
  • Don S. Guzman, Council Member
  • G. Riki Hokama, Council Member
  • Michael P. Victorino, Council Member
  • Mike White, Council Member

  • News Flash
    White urges more early walk-in voting locations WAILUKU, Hawaii – The Maui County Council adopted a resolution yesterday urging the County Clerk to increase the number of early walk-in voting locations throughout Maui County, Councilmember Mike White announced today. Read on...

    Committee to consider roadside stands, tobacco ban at county parks WAILUKU, Hawaii – The Economic Development, Energy, Agriculture and Recreation Committee will meet on Friday, March 14 at 1:30 p.m. to consider a bill to ban tobacco use in county parks, including beaches, and a resolution relating to roadside stands. Read on...

    White urges support for Kalakupua playground restoration WAILUKU, Hawaii – A bill to reallocate funding for repairs to the Kalakupua Playground at Giggle Hill in Haiku will be considered at the Budget and Finance Committee meeting on Tuesday, March 11 at 1:30 p.m., Councilmember Mike White announced today. Read on...

    Councilmember Guzman proposes streamlining agricultural regulations WAILUKU, Hawaii – Councilmember Don S. Guzman has introduced a resolution urging the administration to adopt a unified definition of “agriculture” and a single process to verify a property’s agricultural use, he announced today. Read on...

    Council chairs seek return of projected $72 million hotel tax revenue to counties HONOLULU– Council chairs from all four Hawaii counties today jointly announced their support for legislation that would repeal the cap on distribution of hotel room tax revenue to the county governments. Read on...


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