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Anchor Script for Maui TV News for June 18, 2009



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J: IT'S THE FIRST PROJECT IN HAWAI'I TO BE FUNDED BY FEDERAL STIMULUS MONEY. A LOT OF EYES ARE ON THE KAHULUI AIRPORT SECURITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT.

AND HIGH SURF KEPT LIFEGUARDS BUST AT ONELOA AS THE BIGGEST SWELL OF THE SEASON - SO FAR - MAY JUST BE THE FIRST OF MANY.

(ON-CAM) THOSE ARE TWO OF OUR TOP STORIES THIS WEEK, AND WE'LL HAVE MORE, PLUS A RUNDOWN OF SOME OF THE BIGGEST ENTERTAINMENT EVENTS OF THE YEAR - INCLUDING THE 10TH ANNUAL MAUI FILM FESTIVAL IN COMING ATTRACTIONS ON MAUI TV NEWS.

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J: ALOHA EVERYONE, AND WELCOME TO MAUI TV NEWS. I'M JEFF KING. IN THE BIG PICTURE NATIONWIDE, IT'S KIND OF SMALL POTATOES - BUT A 23-MILLION DOLLAR UPGRADE TO KAHULUI AIRPORT IS A BIG DEAL TO MAUI.

(Turn to cam) IT WILL MEAN FEWER OBSTACLES CURBSIDE WHILE CHECKING IN AT THE AIRPORT. BUT MORE IMPORTANTLY, IT COULD MEAN MORE THAN 300 JOBS OVER THE NEXT YEAR.

(TAKE AIRPORT PKG) FOR A CONSTRUCTION JOB THAT WAS TO HAVE STARTED BARELY A MONTH AGO, THIS ONE IS PRETTY FAR ALONG. NONETHELESS, THE SECURITY UPGRADES AT KAHULUI AIRPORT ARE THE FIRST IN HAWAII TO BE FUNDED - AT LEAST IN PART - BY FEDERAL STIMULUS MONEY. THIS 23-POINT-8 MILLION DOLLAR PROJECT WILL INCLUDE FUNDS FROM THE AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT.

AT MAUI'S KAHULUI AIRPORT, THERE ARE TWO MAJOR PROJECTS PLANNED. TITLED E-D-S INTEGRATION IMPROVEMENTS, PHASE TWO, THE NEW SYSTREM WILL RELOCATE AND STREAMLINE THE SECRURITY SCREENING PROCESS FOR LUGGAGE COMING THROUGH THE AIRPORT. PASSENGERS WON'T LIKELY SEE ANY EFFECT ON TRAVEL, BUT WORKERS ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO THE MODERNIZED SYSTEM.

THE OTHER MAJOR PROJECT IS SET TO BEGIN IN JULY WHEN THE RUNWAY APRON IS EXPANDED. THAT PROJECT, OFFICIALS SAY, MAY CAUSE INTERMITTENT DELAYS TO AIRLINE TRAFFIC DURING PEAK CONSTRUCTION TIMES. THAT PROJECT WILL BE FUNDED ALMNOST COMPLETELY BY FEDERAL STIMULUS FUNDS.

THERE ARE FIVE MAJOR PROJECTS IN MAUI COUNTY BEING FUNDED BY LONG-TERM STATE AND FEDERAL FINANCING. STATEWIDE, THE ARRA IS EXPECTED TO PUMP SOMEWHERE BETWEEN 500 MILLION AND A BILLION DOLLARS INTO THE ECONOMY AND CREATE UP TO 15,000 JOBS STATEWIDE OVER THE NEXT TWO YEARS.

BUT THAT - APPARENTLY - IS WHERE THE CLEAR DETAILS END. ONE OF THE PROMISES OF GOVERNORE LINDA LINGLE'S CAPITOL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT CAMPAIGN - WHICH INCLUDES THESE AIRPORT UPGRADES - WAS ACCESIBILITY TO PROGRESS INFORMATION. AND ONE OF THE KEYSTONE FEATURES OF ARRA WAS THE PROMISE OF TRANSPARENCY. IN TODAY'S INSTANT INFORMATION WORLD, ANYONE CAN FIND OUT WHERE THE MONEY IS GOING. WE CAN'T GET A COUNT OF EMPLOYEES ON THIS JOB, NOR ANY DETAILS ON HOW MANY OF THOSE WORKERS ARE LOCAL. BUT, AS STATE OFFICIALS SAY THEY'RE WAITING FOR FEDERAL OFFICIALS TO GIVE THEM THE NUMBERS SO THEY CAN GIVE THEM TO US AND WE CAN GIVE THEM TO YOU, THE GOOD NEWS IS THAT, AT LEAST THE JOB IS MOVING AHEAD. REPORTING FROM KAHULUI AIRPORT FOR MAUITV NEWS, I'M JEFF KING.

(on-cam tag) WITH "TRANSPARENCY" BEING ONE OF THE TOP PRIORITIES OF THE FEDERALLY-FUNDED PROJECTS, YOU CAN KEEP AN EYE ON PROGRESS, TOO. TO DO THAT, GO TO THEIR WEBSITE. AND FOR THE LINK TO THAT, GO TO MAUITVNEWS-DOT-COM AND FOLLOW THE LINK TO THIS WEEK'S STORIES.

(DOWLING-HNB - MECO) (PiP-New building)

J: WHILE IT MIGHT BE PREMATURE TO SAY "THE END IS IN SIGHT," THERE ARE SIGNS EMERGING THAT BUSINESSES AND DEVELOPERS ARE USING THE CURRENT RECESSION AS A TIME TO PREPARE FOR WHEN THINGS PICK UP AGAIN - AS THEY ALWAYS DO.

IN TWO PUBLISHED REPORTS THIS WEEK IN THE MAUI NEWS, STAFF WRITER HARRY EAGER EXPLORED THE EFFECT'S OF THE CURRENT RECESSION ON MAUI ELECTRIC - AND POWER GENERATION IN GENERAL, AS WELL AS DEVELOPMENT AND BUSINESS.

(FF-CG-VO) ACCORDING TO EAGER'S REPORT, MECO'S DEMAND HAS DROPPED BY AN UNPRECEDENTED 10 PERCENT IN MAUI COUNTY. HE SAYS THAT THE UTILITY IS LOSING AN AVERAGE OF 20 CUSTOMERS EACH MONTH - MOST OF THEM TOURISM-BASED BUSINESSES THAT HAVE BEEN FORCED TO SHUT DOWN.

(ON-CAM) HOWEVER, RATHER THAN SIT AND WRING THEIR HANDS, MECO ENGINEERS ARE REASSESSING THE FUTURE POWER DEMANDS OF MAUI COUNTY AND REVISING HOW, WHEN AND WHERE TO BUILD NEW GENERATING SYSTEMS. THE MOST LIKELY PROJECTS INCLUDE A GENERATING STATING PRIMARILY USING BIODIESEL ON THE COMPANY'S WAENA SITE NEAR THE CENTRAL MAUI LANDFILL, AS WELL AS THE POSSIBILITY OF EXPANDING THE KAHEAWA WIND FARM OR ADDING A SECOND WIND FARM ABOVE ULUPALAKUA. AND MECO IS ALSO USING THE DOWNTIME TO PERFORM MAINTENANCE ON THEIR EXISTING GENERATING SYSTEMS THAT WOULD ORDINARILY BE IMPOSSIBLE THIS TIME OF YEAR IF DEMAND WERE AT IT'S REGULAR PACE TO COOL HOMES AND BUSINESSES.

AND THERE ARE OTHER SIGNS AROUND MAUI THAT THINGS NEED TO BE READY WHEN THE ECONOMY TURNS AROUND. DEVELOPER EVERETT DOWLING, ACCORDING TO EAGER'S REPORT, IS SEEKING APPROVAL FROM THE MAUI COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION TO DOWNSIZE HIS PROPOSED MALUAKA DEVELOPMENT IN SOUTH MAUI FROM 71 LUXURY CONDOMINIUMS TO 13 RESIDENTIAL LOTS PLUS A RECREATION AREA. NOW, WHILE THAT SOUNDS LIKE BAD NEWS - IT COMES AT THE END OF AN EXHAUSTIVE SEARCH FOR FINANCING AND THE BELIEF THAT THERE WILL BE LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL. IN FACT, ACCORDING TO THE REPORT, DOWLING SAYS, QUOTE, "THIS, TOO, SHALL PASS. THE HIGH-END WILL PULL US OUT OF THIS."

AND THERE ARE EVEN MORE SIGNS OF FAITH IN THE FUTURE. BETSILL BROTHER'S HAS TWO MAJOR DEVELOPMENTS GOING UP IN KIHEI. ONE IS THE KAI ANI MIXED COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX ON LIPOA AND SOUTH KIHEI ROAD.

(VO) THE OTHER IS JUST UP LIPOA WHERE THE FINISHING TOUCHES ARE BEING PUT ON A NEW SHOPPING AND BUSINESS COMPLEX. HAWAI'I NATIONAL BANK WILL BE THE FIRST ANCHOR TENANT TO MOVE INTO THE NEW SPACE AFTER GRAND OPENING THERE ON JULY THIRD.

AND THE MANAGEMENT OF AZEKA SHOPPING CENTER IS ALSO SPRUCING UP, REROOFING SEVERAL OF THE BUILDINGS THERE WHILE BUSINESS IS SLOW.

(SBA) (PiP-SBA LOGO)

J: AND IT'S NOT JUST BIG BUSINESS THAT SEES HOPE. THE SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ANNOUNCED A NEW LOAN PROGRAM THIS WEEK TO HELP SMALL BUSINESSES TO KEEP THE DOORS OPEN.

IT'S CALLED THE AMERICA'S RECOVERY CAPITOL PROGRAM. IT'S A NO-INTEREST LOAN TO HELP SMALL BUSINESS THAT HAVE A HISTORY OF GOOD PERFORMANCE - BUT ARE SUFFERING IN THIS TOUGH ECONOMY TO MAKE DEBT PAYMENTS.

IF YOUR BUSINESS IS ELIGIBLE, YOU CAN BORROW UP TO 35-THOUSAND DOLLARS, INTEREST-FREE, AND REPAYMENT DOESN'T BEGIN FOR A FULL YEAR - PLUS YOU HAVE FIVE YEARS TO PAY IT BACK. YOU CAN USE THE MONEY FOR PAYROLL, MORTGAGES, LEASES, CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS AND MORE. TO FIND OUT IF YOU QUALIFY AND HOW TO APPLY, GO TO MAUITVNEWS-DOT-COM AND FOLLOW THE LINK TO THIS WEEK'S STORIES.

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J: COMING UP NEXT ON MAUI TV NEWS, IT'S BEEN HOT! THE BEACHES HAVE BEEN PACKED, AND THE SURF IN SOME AREAS HAS BEEN DANGEROUS. WE'LL HAVE AN UPDATE FOR YOU ON HOW BUSY LIFEGUARDS HAVE BEEN THIS WEEK. AND IT'S A DIFFERENT KIND OF TROUBLED WATERS ON MOLOKA'I AS SOME CUSTOMERS THERE ARE BEING ASKED TO CUT USAGE BY 25 PERCENT. DETAILS WHEN MAUI TV NEWS CONTINUES.

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(HIGH SURF)(PiP-BigWave)

J: BEAUTIFUL SCENES LIKE THIS ONE HAVE BEEN COMMON AROUND MAUI LATELY AS LIGHT TRADES HAVE KEPT THE VOG AWAY.

(VO) BUT WITH THE FIRST OFFICIAL DAY OF SUMMER THIS SUNDAY - YOU WOULDN’T KNOW IT WASN'T SUMMER ALREADY. TEMPERATURES IN SOUTH AND WEST MAUI HAVE CLIMBED TO OR ABOVE 90 DEGREES SEVERAL TIMES IN THE LAST WEEK. ADD TO THAT THE ATTRACTIVENESS OF THE COOL PACIFIC, AND YOU HAVE A PICTURE POSTCARD SETTING.

BUT, MOST OF THIS WEEK HAS ALSO SEEN A HIGH SURF ADVISORY FOR SOUTH-FACING SHORES. THIS SCENE AT CHARLIE YOUNG BEACH DIDN'T LOOK TOO INTIMIDATING - EVEN THOUGH SIGNS WARNED SWIMMERS OF THE POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS SHOREBREAK.

AT ONELOA, IT WAS A DIFFERENT STORY. POUNDING SHOREBREAK THERE LED TO AN AVERAGE OF TWO AMBULANCE VISITS A DAY TO TRANSPORT SWIMMERS WITH NECK AND BACK INJURIES. WATER SAFETY CHIEF ARCHIE KALEPA TOLD MAUI TV NEWS THAT THE NEW LIFEGUARD TOWERS AT ONELOA HAVE PROVEN TO BE LIFE-SAVERS, LITERALLY. HE SAID SOME THREE DOZEN WARNINGS A DAY HAVE BEEN ISSUED TO KEEP THE UNSUSPECTING FROM GETTING HURT BY THE POWER OF THE WAVES.

(molokai water)(PiP-WaterDrop)

J: ON THE FRIENDLY ISLE, THOUGH - WHERE THEY ALSO GET THE BIG WAVES - IT'S FRESH WATER THAT IS THE TOPIC OF CONCERN. THIS WEEK THE MAUI COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF WATER SUPPLY ANNOUNCED THAT CUSTOMERS IN KAUNAKAKAI AND KALAE WILL HAVE TO CUT WATER USE BY 25 PERCENT FOR TWO AND A HALF WEEKS WHILE A PUMP IS REPLACED.

SPECIFICALLY, IT'S THE WELL AT KUALAPU'U - THE COUNTY'S MAIN WATER SOURCE FOR THE AREA. THE PUMP AND MOTOR WILL BE REPLACED BEGINNING MONDAY. THE PROJECT IS EXPECTED TO TAKE UNTIL JULY 10TH. DURING THAT TIME, WATER FOR THAT PART OF MOLOKA'I WILL BE PROVIDED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS FROM ITS WELLS. DURING THAT TIME, CUSTOMERS IN KALAE AND KAUNAKAI ARE BEING ASKED TO CUT BACK WATER USE BY 25 PERCENT. AND, THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER SUPPLY SAYS THEY WILL BE MONITORING WATER USE VERY CLOSELY.

B-TOSS-C

J: UP NEXT ON MAUI TV NEWS, WHILE HAWAIIAN CANOE CLUB'S WIN STREAK CONTINUES - KEEP AN EYE ON LAE ULA O KAI. AND, THE MAUI FILM FESTIVAL THIS WEEK IS JUST ONE OF THE AMAZINGLY FUN THINGS NOT TO MISS THIS WEEKEND. WE'LL HAVE DETAILS IN COMING ATTRACTIONS WHEN WE COME BACK.

(C-BLOCK) (Sports)

J: JUST A QUICK SPORTS UPDATE TO REPORT THAT HAWAIIAN CANOE CLUB CONTINUES TO BUILD ON IT'S RECORD-SETTING WINNING STREAK IN OUTRIGGER CANOE RACING. THEY WON SATURDAY'S REGATTA AT KAHULUI HARBOR WITH 141 POINTS. BUT THE BIG STORY OF THE DAY WAS THE SURGE BY LAE ULA O KAI - TO TIE WITH KIHEI CANOE CLUB FOR SECOND PLACE. IN LAE ULA'S 18 YEARS OF EXISTENCE, THIS IS THEIR HIGHEST FINISH EVER - AND IT COMES ON THE HEELS OF A STRONG SHOWING THE WEEK BEFORE. THIS WEEKEND RACING MOVES TO KA LAE POHAKU IN KIHEI.

(COMING ATTRACTIONS)

MEANWHILE, THIS WEEK IS - OF COURSE - THE TENTH ANNIVERSARY RENDITION OF THE INCOMPARABLE MAUI FILM FESTIVAL. NEXT WEEK ON MAUI TV NEWS WE'LL HAVE A VARIETY OF STORIES THAT WE'RE COVERING FROM THIS YEAR'S FESTIVAL, SO THIS WEEK THE BEST ADVICE WE CAN OFFER IS TO GO TO MAUI TV NEWS-DOT COM, CLICK ON THE LINK TO COMING ATTRACTIONS AND THAT'S WHERE YOU'LL FIND LINKS TO ALL OF THIS YEAR'S MOVIES, STAR PARTIES, TASTE DELIGHTS AND SPECIAL EVENTS.

ALSO ONGOING IS THE 31ST ANNUAL VERSION OF ART MAUI. THIS YEAR'S SHOW IS DAZZLING, COLORFUL, AND LOADED WITH VISUALLY EXCITING IMAGES, SCULPTURES, CARVINGS, GLASS AND MUCH MORE. ART MAUI IS IN THE SCHAEFER GALLERY, AND IS OPEN DAILY FROM 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M., AS WELL AS DURING INTERMISSIONS AT THE MAUI ARTS AND CULTURAL CENTER. ADMISSION IS FREE AND THE SHOW RUNS UNTIL JULY 5TH.

AND THERE ARE MANY MORE FUN THINGS FROM WHICH TO CHOOSE THIS WEEKEND. FRIDAY NIGHT AT THE KING KAMEHAMEHA GOLF CLUB IS THE GREEN GALA - A FUNDRAISER FOR THE HAWAII NATURE CENTER. THE EVENING'S FESTIVITIES INCLUDE AMAZING FOOD AND WINE AND LIVE ENTERTAINMENT . TICKETS ARE TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS AND ALL THE PROCEEDS BENEFIT PROGRAMS TO EDUCATE CHILDREN ABOUT OUR UNIQUE AND PRECIOUS ENVIRONMENT IN HAWAI'I. THE FUN BEGINS AT 6 P.M. FOR MORE INFORMATION, GO TO MAUI TV NEWS DOT COM AND CLICK ON THE LINK TO COMING ATTRACTIONS.

OR, IF YOU'RE IN THE MOOD FOR INTERNATIONAL PERCUSSION, THE 10TH ANNUAL TAIKO FESTIVAL TAKES THE STAGE AT THE CASTLE THEATER AT THE MAUI ARTS AND CULTURAL FRIDAY NIGHT STARTING AT SEVEN. THIS YEAR'S CONCERT OPENS WITH THE NEW SHIRAKABA ORCHESTRA, THEN JUN DAIKO FROM CALIFORNIA WILL PERFORM. THE SECOND HALF OF THE EVENING WILL FEATURE MAUI'S ZENSHIN DAIKO AND KENNY ENDO. TICKETS FOR THE FESTIVAL ARE JUST 20 DOLLARS, TEN DOLLARS FOR KEIKI 12 AND UNDER.

IF YOU'RE IN THE MOOD TO GET UP EARLY SATURDAY AND GET YOUR FINGERNAILS DIRTY TO HELP BLESS THE AINA, WE HAVE TWO OPTIONS FOR YOU. SATURDAY MORNING AT 7 A.M. THE OLOWALU CULTURAL RESERVE INVITES VOLUNTEERS TO HELP REMOVE NON-NATIVE PLANTS FROM THE SLOPES OF KAHALAWAI. PLEASE BRING A LUNCH, GLOVES, FIELD TOOLS AND WATER AND MEET UP AT THE WAILUKU END OF THE OLOWALU GENERAL STORE. THE WORK DETAIL RUNS UNTIL 11 SATURDAY MORNING.

FARTHER UP THE WEST SIDE, IT'S YOUR WEEKLY OPPORTUNITY TO JOIN KUPUNA ED LINDSEY AND WITNESS SOME OF THE MOST PRECIOUS ARCHEOLOGICAL SITES OF OLD HAWAI'I. BETWEEN 9 AM AND 2 P.M., VOLUNTEERS WILL REMOVE INVASIVE PLANTS FROM SITES IN THE HONOKAWAI VALLEY. VOLUNTEERS ARE ASKED TO WEAR CLOSED-TOE BOOTS AND SHOULD BRING WATER, SNACKS AND SUNSCREEN. BUG REPELLENT IS ALSO A GOOD IDEA. IF YOU'D LIKE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT EITHER OF THESE PROJECTS, VISIT US AT MAUITVNEWS-DOT-COM AND FOLLOW THE LINK TO COMING ATTRACTIONS.

PART OF THE FUN OF THE ANNUAL MAUI FILM FESTIVAL IS WHAT HAPPENS BEFORE AND AFTER THE MOVIES THAT TASTES REALLY, REALLY GOOD. SATURDAY - FROM 4-30 TO 7 IS THE ANNUAL TASTE OF WAILEA - IN A BREATH-TAKING SETTING ON THE FIRST TEE BOX ABOVE THE CELESTIAL CINEMA IN WAILEA. FOOD AND WINE FROM DOZENS OF MAUI'S FINEST EATERIES WILL BE PART OF IT ALL - ALONG WITH STAR-GAZING AND AMAZING VIEWS. TICKETS AR 95 DOLLARS.

THEN, SATURDAY NIGHT - AFTER THE MOVIES, THE SWEET SPOT ON MAUI IS THE FOUR SEASONS RESORT AND SPA. IT'S THE ANNUAL TASTE OF CHOCOLATE, AND IT STARTS AT 10 P.M. THE EVENT IS BILLED AS ONE FEATURING "OVER-THE-TOP" CHOCOLATES AND PREMIUM LIQUORS. TICKETS FOR THE TASTE OF CHOCOLATE ARE 120 DOLLARS APIECE.

SUNDAY, OF COURSE, IS FATHER'S DAY. AND MAY WE BE AMONG THE FIRST TO WISH YOU HAU'OLI LA MAKUAKANE. BE SURE TO GIVE YOUR DAD A HUG AND MAKE SURE HE KNOWS HOW MUCH HE MEANS TO YOU.

NEXT MONDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY IS YOUR CHANCE TO SHOW YOUR COMMUNITY YOUR APPRECIATION BY GIVING BACK SOMETHING ONLY YOU CAN GIVE: BLOOD. THE MAUI COMMUNITY BLOOD DRIVE RUNS DAILY FROM 8 A.M. TO 5-30 P.M. MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY AT THE CAMERON CENTER IN WAILUKU.

FOR DETAILS EVERYTHING WE'VE MENTIONED THIS WEEK - AND EVEN MORE, GO TO MAUI TV NEWS DOT COM AND CLICK ON COMING ATTRACTIONS. AND, FOR MAUI'S MOST COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNITY CALENDAR, VISIT CALENDAR MAUI-DOT-COM. AND STAY TUNED FOR MORE MAUI TV NEWS RIGHT AFTER THIS.


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(Solo-Center-Up)

J: THAT'S IT FOR THIS - ANOTHER SCALED-BACK EDITION OF MAUI TV NEWS. THANKS, AGAIN FOR YOUR EMAILS AND COMMENTS. WE MISS JULIE Y, KALAPANA AND HOLLY, TOO, AND HOPE TO BE BACK AT FULL-STRENGTH REAL SOON. IN THE MEANTIME, PLEASE CONSIDER ADVERTISING YOUR BUSINESS ON MAUI TV NEWS. WE'RE MAUI'S ONLY INTERNET AND TELEVISION NEWS, AND HAWAII’S EXCLUSIVE NEIGHBOR ISLAND TELEVISION NEWS SOURCE. FOR DETAILS ON ADVERTISING RATES AND PACKAGES, GO TO OUR WEBSITE AT MAUITVNEWS-DOT-COM AND LOOK FOR THE LINK THAT SAYS "ADVERTISE WITH US."

AND WE ALSO INVITE YOU TO VISIT OUR WEBSITE OFTEN FOR DAILY, ONGOING UPDATES OF BREAKING NEWS, SPECIAL REPORTS, EXTENDED COVERAGE, COMING ATTRACTIONS AND HUNDREDS OF EXTREMELY IMPORTANT COMMUNITY LINKS. THANK YOU FOR WATCHING MAUI TV NEWS. AND UNTIL NEXT TIME, ALOHA.

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