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(HEADLINE VO)
J: MAUI IS GROWING...THAT'S UNDENIABLE. BUT WHEN IT COMES TO DEVELOPMENT, HOW MUCH IS TOO MUCH? A SOUTH MAUI FORUM GATHERS TO ADDRESS THAT QUESTION.

C: THE FESTIVAL OF CANOES IS IN FULL SWING IN ITS NEW LOCATION IN LAHAINA AS MASTER CARVERS GATHER FROM ACROSS POLYNESIA TO BRING LOGS TO LIFE.

J: GETTING THERE IS GETTING MORE EXPENSIVE ALL THE TIME. WE’LL TAKE A LOOK AT GAS PRICES ON MAUI THIS WEEK.

C: IN SPORTS, MAUI TEAMS DO THEMSELVES PROUD AT THE ISLAND MOVERS STATE TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS ON MAUI.

(ON CAM)

J: AND TALENTED YOUNG ARTISTS ON MAUI CASH IN ON THEIR SKILLS IN THE ART MAUI SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST. THESE STORIES AND LOTS MORE THIS WEEK ON MAUI TV NEWS.

(INTRO)

(INTRO) OPEN
J: ALOHA EVERYONE AND WELCOME TO MAUI TV NEWS. I'M JEFF KING.
C: AND I'M CYNDI MAYO DAVIS. “DEVELOPMENT.” THE VERY WORD CAN STIR AN EMOTIONAL RESPONSE. BUT IS ALL DEVELOPMENT BAD?
(TURN TO CAM 2, PIP-L)
C: AND JUST HOW MUCH DEVELOPMENT IS TOO MUCH? MAUI TV NEWS REPORTER JEFF KING ATTENDED A FORUM ON THAT TOPIC...AND BRINGS US THIS REPORT.”

(TAKE HOWMUCH PKG)

(ON CAM TAG)
C: MORE COMMUNITY MEETINGS ARE PLANNED BY MAUI TOMORROW AND BY SAVEMAKENA - DOT - ORG BEFORE THE COUNTY COUNCIL GATHERS TO VOTE. FOR MORE ON WHERE AND WHEN THOSE MEETINGS ARE PLANNED, AS WELL AS MORE ON THE HONUA’ULA PROJECT, FOLLOW THE LINKS FROM OUR WEB SITE AT MAUITVNEWS.COM.

(ON CAM PIP-R) GLADYS BAISA
J: FRESHMAN COUNTY COUNCILMEMBER GLADYS BAISA MAY BE NEW TO THIS SIDE OF THE PROCESS, BUT SHE’S A PUBLIC SERVANT WITH THIRTY-PLUS YEARS BEHIND HER - WHO KNOWS HOW NOT TO TIP HER HAND WHEN IT COMES TO PREDICTING HOW SHE’LL VOTE ON AN ISSUE LIKE HONUA’ULA.

(VO) AFTER SIFTING THROUGH THE TESTIMONY OF THAT FORUM, MAUI TV NEWS ASKED THE UPCOUNTRY REPRESENTATIVE WHERE SHE STOOD ON THE ISSUE.

(SOT) (:25)(CG: GLADYS BAISA, MAUI COUNTY COUNCILMEMBER)

(ON CAM PIP-L) WATER TANK
C: WHILE CONSTRUCTION HAS NOT BEGUN ON ANY NEW HOUSING UNITS IN THAT AREA, ONE ASPECT OF THE PROJECT’S EARLY COMMITMENT IS NEARLY COMPLETE.

(VO) A ONE-MILLION GALLON WATER TANK IS ALMOST FINISHED ON THE PROPERTY NOW KNOWN HAS HONUA’ULA. THE TANK WILL BE FED FROM EXISTING GROUNDWATER SOURCES THAT CURRENTLY SERVE SOUTH MAUI, BUT ARE INTENDED TO SUPPORT THE FUTURE NEEDS OF SOUTH MAUI WITH CONSISTENT WATER PRESSURE AND CAPACITY AS DEMAND GROWS.

(ON CAM PIP-R) POLICE MEMORIAL DAY VO-SOT

J: YOU MAY HAVE NOTICED FLAGS AT HALF-STAFF ACROSS MAUI COUNTY LAST WEEK. THE OCCASION WAS PEACE OFFICER’S MEMORIAL DAY.

(VO) BOTH STATE AND U.S. FLAGS WERE ORDERED TO HALF-STAFF ON TUESDAY, MAY FIFTEENTH, AS ORDERED BY A PROCLAMATION FROM GOVERNOR LINDA LINGLE. THE PURPOSE WAS TO HONOR POLICE OFFICERS WHO HAVE GIVEN THEIR LIVES IN THE LINE OF DUTY.

(SOT) (:13)(SGT. JAMIE BECRAFT, COMMUNITY RELATIONS OFFICER, MAUI PD

(CON’T VO) THAT WALL OF HONOR AT MAUI POLICE HEADQUARTERS HONORS THE FIVE OFFICERS WHO HAVE DIED IN THE LINE OF DUTY - DATING BACK TO NINETEEN-FORTY-ONE.

E. (TWO-SHOT B BLOCK TEASE)

J: COMING UP NEXT ON MAUI TV NEWS, THE INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF CANOES ENTERS ITS NINTH YEAR CELEBRATING THE TIMELESS ART OF MASTER CARVERS.

C: AND IT’S NO SECRET THAT PRICES AT THE GAS PUMP HAVE BEEN GOING UP. WE’LL TRY TO FIND OUT WHY...AND IF THERE’S ANY RELIEF IN SIGHT.

J: AND WHILE WE TAKE A BREAK, HERE'S A FEW MORE OF YOUR NEIGHBORS ON WHY MAUI TV NEWS IS AN IDEA WHOSE TIME HAS COME. WE'LL BE RIGHT BACK.

(FADE TO MOS-2)
(CUT TO BREAK)
F. B BLOCK
(PIP-L) FESTIVAL OF CANOES
C: TRADITIONAL ART AND TIMELESS CRAFTSMANSHIP IN A HIGH-TECH WORLD. THAT’S WHAT YOU’LL SEE DURING THE NINTH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF CANOES IN LAHAINA. CULTURES FROM ACROSS POLYNESIA ARE REPRESENTED AT A WEST SIDE PARK, AND MAUI TV NEWS REPORTER JEFF KING TAKES US THERE.
(TAKE FESTIVAL OF CANOES-PKG)(3:11)
(FF-CG-VO)(FF-CG-FESTIVAL OF CANOES)
C: THE FESTIVAL OF CANOES COMES TO A CLIMAX THIS SATURDAY WITH A FULL DAY OF PAGEANTRY. THE PARADE OF CANOES TRAVELS DOWN FRONT STREET BEGINNING AT 10 A.M. FOLLOWED BY A HO’OLAULE’A ALL DAY LONG. AT FIVE-THIRTY THERE WILL BE A CEREMONIAL BLESSING OF THE NEW CANOES AT KAMEHAMEHA IKI PARK, FOLLOWED BY THE LAUNCHING OF THOSE CANOES AT 6 P.M.
(ON CAM) FOR A COMPLETE SCHEDULE, FOLLOW THE LINK TO THE FESTIVAL OF CANOES FROM OUR WEBSITE AT MAUITVNEWS-DOT-COM.
G. (PIP-L) (HOKULE’A SKIPPER DIES)
J: THERE IS AN AIR OF SADNESS AMONG MANY AT THIS YEAR’S FESTIVAL AS THEY MOURN THE PASSING OF A MAJOR FORCE IN CELESTIAL NAVIGATION. THE MAN WHO LED THE VOYAGING CANOE HOKULE’A ON HER FIRST VOYAGE HAS DIED. ELIA KAWIKA DAVID KU’UALOHA KAPAHULEHUA DIED THURSDAY, MAY SEVENTEENTH AT THE QUEEN’S MEDICAL CENTER ON OAHU. HE WAS SEVENTY-SIX. KAPAHULEHUA WAS THE CAPTAIN OF THE HOKULE’A ON HER MAIDEN VOYAGE TO TAHITI AND BACK TO HAWAII IN NINETEEN SEVENTY-SIX. HE SPENT THE NEXT THIRTY YEARS OF HIS LIFE TEACHING THE HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE AS WELL AS NAVIGATION. KAPAHULEHUA WAS A PURE HAWAIIAIN, BORN ON THE ISLAND OF NI’IHAU. INCIDENTALLY, HIS NEPHEW, MONA SHINTANI IS CURRENTLY ON THE HOKULEA CREW ON IT’S WAY BACK TO THE ISLANDS FROM JAPAN.
(PIP-R)(GAS PRICES)
C: GETTING TO THIS YEAR’S FESTIVAL OF CANOES BY CAR OR TRUCK LIKELY WON’T BE ANY MORE DIFFICULT THAN IN PREVIOUS YEARS, BUT IT CERTAINLY WILL BE MORE EXPENSIVE. GAS PRICES ARE AT RECORD HIGHS ACROSS THE STATE—AND MUCH OF THE MAINLAND AS WELL.
(VO) WITH A FILL-UP NOW TAKING THE BETTER PART OF A HUNDRED-DOLLAR BILL, ONE LOCAL ANALYST OFFERED AN INSIGHT AS TO WHY PRICES SEEM TO CHANGE SO MUCH AND SO OFTEN.
(SOT-1 ALEX MCBARNETT, MAUI OIL COMPANY)(:25)
(CON’T VO) INDUSTRY EXPERTS SAY IT LIKELY WON’T BE LONG BEFORE GASOLINE PRICES CRACK THE FOUR-DOLLAR MARK. BUT WILL THEY EVER COME DOWN?
(SOT-2 MCBARNETT)(:26)
(ON-CAM)IT MAY NOT SEEM LIKE MUCH RELIEF, BUT THE STATE’S GAS-TAX ROLLBACK SHOULD SEE PRICES DROP A DIME-A-GALLON IN HAWAII ON JULY FIRST.

J. (TWO-SHOT C BLOCK TEASE)

J: COMING UP NEXT ON MAUI TV NEWS, THE STATE CAME TO MAUI AND M-I-L ATHLETES GAVE THEM ALMOST MORE THAN THEY COULD HANDLE. KALAPANA IS UP NEXT WITH SPORTS ON MAUI TV NEWS.

C: AND JULIE Y FOLLOWS THAT WITH THE RUNDOWN ON MOVIES, MUSIC, LAUGHTER AND PAGEANTRY ON “COMING ATTRACTIONS.”

J: AND WHILE WE TAKE A BREAK, HERE'S A FEW MORE OF YOUR NEIGHBORS ON WHY MAUI TV NEWS IS AN IDEA WHOSE TIME HAS COME. WE'LL BE RIGHT BACK.

(FADE TO MOS-2)
(CUT TO BREAK)
K. C BLOCK (SPORTS AND COMING ATTRACTIONS)

(PIP-R) SPORTS! (CG: KALAPANA)
K: IT WAS "THAT CLOSE" IN THE END. ALOHA EVERYONE AND WELCOME TO SPORTS! ON MAUI TV NEWS. I'M KALAPANA.

THE BALDWIN BEARS DID THEMSELVES PROUD AND NEARLY TOOK IT ALL AT THE ISLAND MOVERS STATE TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS, HELD HERE ON MAUI AT YAMAMOTO TRACK AND FIELD FACILITY THIS PAST WEEKEND.

(VO) POWERFUL PERFORMANCES FROM BALDWIN'S BRITTANY FEITEIRA LED TO TWO GOLD MEDALS FOR HER, IN THE FOUR HUNDRED-METER DASH AND THE ANCHOR LEG OF THE LADIES' FOUR HUNDRED-METER RELAY. EARLIER IN THE MEET, ALL EYES WERE WERE ON FELLOW BALDWIN STAR JUNE ANN LUSK WHO, JUST DAYS BEFORE THE STATE FINALS, PULLED A MUSCLE THAT FORCED HER TO FOREGO MOST OF HER SIGNATURE EVENTS. HER LONE EVENT, THE ONE HUNDRED-METER HURDLES, SAW HER VISIBLY HAMPERED BY THE INJURY, BUT IT COULDN'T KEEP HER FROM FINISHING IN A STRONG FIFTH PLACE.

TWENTY-EIGHT TEAMS FROM ACROSS THE STATE COMPETED IN FRONT OF CROWDS ESTIMATED AT MORE THAN SIX-THOUSAND A DAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AT THE WAR MEMORIAL STADIUM. AND THERE WAS PLENTY TO SEE.

SOME OF THE HIGHLIGHT PERFORMANCES BY MAUI TEAMS INCLUDE MAUI HIGH'S CHELSEA MACHIDA'S GOLD-MEDAL JUMP OF FIVE-FEET, TWO INCHES IN THE HIGH JUMP AND A CHAMPIONSHIP POLE VALUT HEIGHT OF FOURTEEN FEET, NINE INCHES FOR SAINT ANTHONY HIGH SCHOOL'S ERIK RASMUSSEN.

AMONG THE MANY EXCITING MOMENTS AT SATURDAY'S FINALS WAS THE BOYS ONE HUNDRED-TEN-METER HURDLES. BALDWIN'S COLTEN QUINABO HELD THE EDGE THROUGHOUT THE SPRINT ONLY TO BE EDGED OUT AT THE WIRE BY D'ANDRE BENJAMIN OF MILILANI...IN A RACE SO CLOSE THAT ONLY A PHOTO-FINISH IMAGE COULD DECLARE THE RESULTS. THE MARGIN OF VICTORY? ONE ONE-HUNDREDTH OF A SECOND.

HERE'S WHAT IT WAS ALL ABOUT AT THE STATE FINALS AND PLENTY OF MEDALS WENT TO MAUI ATHLETES. BALDWIN'S JOEY AMASCUA WAS THE RUNAWAY WINNER IN THE EIGHT HUNDRED METERS. IN THE FIFTEEN HUNDRED METER EVENT, IT MAY NOT HAVE BEEN HALF-TIME AT THE SUPERBOWL, BUT MIGHT HAVE SEEMED LIKE IT TO KING KEKAULIKE'S REID HUNTER...WHO SUFFERED SOMETHING OF A WARDWROBE MALFUNCTION WHEN HE LOST A SHOE MIDWAY THROUGH THE RACE.

HIGH JUMP COMPETITION FOR THE BOYS SAW THE BAR GO UP AND UP AND UP...UNTIL IT TOPPED OUT AT SIX FEET, FOUR INCHES.

(FF-CG) THE BUFF AND BLUE OF OAHU'S PUNAHOU TOOK FIRST PLACE FOR THE BOYS, BUT BALDWIN SERVED NOTICE THAT THEY ARE A MAJOR FORCE TO BE RECKONED WITH. FINISHING JUST ELEVEN POINT BEHIND THE LEADERS, BALDWIN'S SECOND-PLACE FINISH WAS THE BEST IN THE SCHOOL'S HISTORY. MILILANI TOOK THIRD PLACE. SAINT ANTHONY'S BOYS FINISHED IN TWELFTH POSITION AND KAMEHAMEHA MAUI WAS RIGHT BEHIND THEM.

FOR THE GIRLS, PUNAHOU'S MARGIN OF VICTORY WAS EVEN SLIMMER OVER THE BALDWIN BEARS. MILILANI TOOK THIRD PLACE FOR THE EVENT. OTHER MAUI RESULTS SHOW SEABURY HALL TIED FOR TENTH PLACE WHILE KING KEKAULIKE TOOK THE THIRTEENTH SPOT, FOLLOWED BY MAUI HIGH AND KAMEHAMEHA MAUI.

(ON-CAM) CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE ATHLETES BUT - AND I HAVE TO SHOW A LITTLE BIAS HERE - WAY TO GO BEARS!

MEANWHILE, OTHER MAUI ATHLETES WERE ON OAHU SATURDAY FOR THE STATE JUDO CHAMPIONSHIPS AT THE STAN SHERRIFF CENTER.

(FF-CG) THE TOP MAUI FINISHER WAS WAYNE PABLO OF MAUI HIGH WHO TOOK FOURTH PLACE IN THE ONE HUNDRED-FOURTEEN-POUND DIVISION. OVERALL THERE WERE FIVE ATHLETES FROM THE M-I-L WHO TOOK MEDALS IN THEIR INDIVIDUAL WEIGHT CLASSES.

(on-cam) AND THAT'S A LOOK AT SPORTS THIS WEEK ON MAUI TV NEWS. I'M KALAPANA. NOW, HERE'S JULIE "Y" WITH COMING ATTRACTIONS.

(LOCATION PIP-L)(CG: JULIE Y COMING ATTRACTIONS)

(PIP-L COMING ATTRACTIONS) (ON-CAM) ALOHA EVERYONE AND WELCOME TO "COMING ATTRACTIONS" ON MAUI TV NEWS. I'M JULIE Y WITH THIS WEEK'S RUNDOWN OF COMING EVENTS FROM HERE ON LOCATION AT THE MAUI ARTS AND CULTURAL CENTER, MAUI'S PREMIERE SHOWCASE PLACE. THERE'S PLENTY TO SEE AND DO ON MAUI - AND HERE IS JUST A SAMPLING.

(PIP CANDLELIGHT CINEMA) AS THE EIGHTH ANNUAL SPECTACLE THAT'S GAINING WORLD ATTENTION APPROACHES, THE MAUI FILM FESTIVAL SERIES HERE AT THE MACC (PIP-L ASTRONAUT FARMER) CONTINUES WITH "THE ASTRONAUT FARMER." OSCAN WINNER BILLY BOB THORNTON AND ACADAEMY AWARD NOMINEE VIRGINIA MADSEN STAR IN THIS "FOLLOW YOUR DREAMS" FABLE IN TWO SHOWINGS AT THE CASTLE THEATER HERE AT THE MACC. (FF-CG ASTRONAUT FARMER) SHOWTIMES ARE 5 AND 7:30 P.M. ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 30TH. DETAILS ARE AVAILABLE AT MAUITVNEWS.COM - SLASH - COMING ATTRACTIONS.

(PIP L JULIE BROWN) IN THE 80S JULIE BROWN WAS BILLED AS "A GODDESS IN PROGRESS," AND ENJOYED SUCCESS WITH A CULT POP HIT, "CUZ I'M A BLONDE." NOW SHE BRINGS HER FIRST-EVER ONE-WOMAN SHOW TO MAUI TO THE MCCOY STUDIO THEATER. (FF-CG JULIE BROWN) "JULIE BROWN - SMELL THE GLAMOUR" IS BEING BILLED AS "ALTERNATIVE COMEDY, SUITED FOR ADULTS AND OLDER TEENS." TICKETS FOR THE JUNE SEVENTH SHOW ARE 20 DOLLARS.

(POP-L MISS MAUI FILIPINA) THE MAUI FILIPINO COMMUNITY COUNCIL PRESENTS THE 49TH ANNUAL "MISS MAUI FILIPINA" SCHOLARSHIP PAGEANT AT 7 P.M., SATURDAY JUNE NINTH AT THE CASTLE THEATER OF THE MAUI ARTS AND CULTURAL CENTER. THE PAGEANT THEME THIS YEAR IS "PRESERVING THE FILIPINO CULTURE FOR ALL AGES," AND FEATURES SINGLE WOMEN OF FILIPINO ANCESTRY VYING FOR THE TITLE OF (FF-CG MISS MAUI FILIPINA) "MISS MAUI FILIPINA 2007." TICKETS FOR THE EVENT ARE 18 DOLLARS IN ADVANCE, 24 DOLLARS THE DAY OF THE SHOW.

(PIP-L JOHNNY WINTER) IF A SCORCHIN' BLUES GUITAR IS MORE YOUR STYLE, GET SET FOR A BLAST OF WINTER. JOHNNY WINTER - A TRUE LIVING LEGEND IN THE WORLD OF PASSIONATE ELECTRIC FURY ON THE SIX-STRING, BRINGS HIS POWER TO THE (FF-CG JOHNNY WINTER) CASTLE THEATER FOR ONE SHOW AT 7:30 P.M. TUESDAY JUNE 12TH. OPENING THE SHOW FOR JOHNNY WILL BE GUITAR VIRTUOSO PAT HENNESSY AND "TRIPLE SEVEN." TICKETS ARE 45, 50 AND 55 DOLLARS. VISIT OUR WEB SITE FOR DETAILS.

(PIP-L MAUI ON STAGE) LOOKING DOWN THE ROAD A BIT, MAUI ON STAGE IS IN REHEARSALS FOR THEIR NEXT PRODUCTION. WE CAN'T TELL YOU EVERYTHING, BUT - AS THEY SAY - "MORE WILL BE REVEALED" AND WILL IT EVER (PIP-L FULL MONTY) WHEN "THE FULL MONTY" COMES TO THE IAO THEATER FOR WEEKLY PERFORMANCES BEGINNING JULY 9TH AND RUNNING THROUGH THE 29TH.

(PIP-L LION KING) AND, IF YOU'RE ONE OF THOSE WHO LOOKS WAY AHEAD, THERE'S "THE LION KING" COMING TO HONOLULU'S BLAIDSDELL CONCERT HALL FOR A SIX-WEEK RUN BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 15TH. BASED ON INITIAL TICKET SALES, "THE LION KING" LOOKS TO BECOME THE ALL-TIME BIG-SHOW BOX-OFFICE WINNER IN HAWAII - LIKELY TO BEAT THE ELEVEN MISSION DOLLARS IN TICKET SALES COLLECTED FOR "PHANTOM OF THE OPERA" IN 1994.

(ON-CAM) FOR ALL THE DETAILS ON THESE SHOWS AND MORE, VISIT MAUITVNEWS.COM AND FOLLOW THE LINK TO "COMING ATTRACTIONS." I HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE. FROM THE MAUI ARTS AND CULTURAL CENTER, I'M JULIE Y. STAY TUNED FOR MORE MAUI TV NEWS, RIGHT AFTER THIS.

(FADE TO BREAK)

D BLOCK

C: ART MAUI WRAPPED UP ITS 29TH YEAR THIS WEEK BY AWARDING THREE THOUSAND DOLLARS IN SCHOLARSHIPS TO FOUR YOUNG ARTISTS ON MAUI.

CIANNA VALLEY OF BALDWIN HIGH SCHOOL, TAUGHT BY JANET SATO, AND LEIF ESTRADA OF MAUI HIGH SCHOOL, UNDER THE INSTRUCTION OF ROBIN CURAMMENG, WERE EACH AWARDED $1,000 SCHOLARSHIPS. AWARDS OF $500 WERE GIVEN TO BRISTOL DUNLAP AND RINA MAKABE, BOTH OF KINGKEAKAULIKE HIGH SCHOOL AND TAUGHT BY MELANIE SEATON. WINNERS WERE CHOSEN FROM ELEVEN APPLICANTS, ALL MAUI COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS PURSUING FURTHER EDUCATION IN THE VISUAL FINE ARTS. EACH ARTIST SUBMITTED FIVE EXAMPLES OF THEIR WORK, A STATEMENT ABOUT THEIR WORK AND A LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION FROM THEIR RESPECTIVE TEACHER AND A HIGH SCHOOL TRANSCRIPT SHOWING THEIR COMMITMENT TO FUTURE PLANS FOR CONTINUING THEIR EDUCATION IN THE VISUAL ARTS.

J: AND, IN CASE YOU MISSED IT...HERE’S A QUICK LOOK AT ART MAUI 2007.

(TAKE ART MAUI PACKAGE) (:60)

(TWO SHOT TO CLOSE)

C: THAT’S ALL THE TIME WE HAVE FOR THIS WEEK’S EDITION OF MAUI TV NEWS. THANK YOU FOR WATCHING.

J: PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT MAUITVNEWS.COM AND LET US KNOW WHAT’S ON YOUR MIND. WE’LL SEE YOU NEXT TIME. ALOHA.

C: ALOHA

(CLOSING CREDITS)


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