About The Committee System
Due to the complexity of its work, KCA divides its tasks among committees. Each committee has its own meetings, within which each committee sets their own goals and objectives. This creates considerable variation among the panels and allows KCA to be most effective in approaching many of the issues that we face as a community.
As more volunteers join in with KCA we are able to create more committees to address specific issues that may be timely or seasonal. The main focus of our committees is to find solutions not just point out problems.
You can learn more about our committees by using the navigation to your left, or read about their programs in the community section by clicking on tags or searching the archives.
Current KCA Committees:
Public Relations Committee: The Public Relations Committee acts in an advisory capacity to the board of directors on all matters pertaining to public, community, government and media relations; fundraising; website maintenance; and responding to inquiries from the public, the community, government officials and the media.
Membership Committee: The Membership Committee acts in an advisory capacity to the board of directors on all matters pertaining to membership in the organization, including but not limited to maintenance of the membership roll, membership growth and development, and membership fees.
Design Review Committee: The Design Review Committee acts in an advisory capacity to the board of directors on all matters pertaining to the design and characteristics of specific residential and/or commercial projects proposed within the organization’s service area.
Planning Committee: The Planning Committee acts in an advisory capacity to the board of directors on all matters pertaining to long range planning for the organization’s service area including, but not limited to, offering specific advice on the Maui County general plan, the Kihei Makena Community Plan, planned unit developments, traffic, roads, pedestrian walkways and bikeways, infrastructure, preservation of cultural and natural resources, and quality of life/sense of place.