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Lahaina

(ləhī`nə), city (1990 pop. 9,073), Maui co., on the west coast of Maui Island, Hawaii, in a sugarcane and pineapple region. It was the scene of the first European settlement in the islands and served as capital from 1810 until the seat of government was moved (1845) to Honolulu. Hawaii's first newspaper was printed in Lahaina, and the island's first school was established there in 1831. A whaling port in the mid-19th cent., Lahaina was also an important anchorage for the U.S. Pacific Fleet in the 20th cent.
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McKelveys take that the Lahaina Bypass Phase 1B2 and Honoapiilani Highway Improvements Keawe Street to Kapunakea Street will have no benefits for West Maui is inaccurate and ill-informed, said HDOT Deputy Director for Highways Ed Sniffen.
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Lahaina Galleries exhibits an eclectic selection of works of popular painters, printmakers and sculptors such as Charles Bragg, Guy Buffett, Dario Campaniele, Frederick Hart and Richard MacDonald.
Dredging will then start at Lahaina on October 23 and be completed by December 29.
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Under a new month-to-month revocable permit with Diamond Parking Services, LLC, the Department of Land and Natural Resources will institute a parking plan at Lahaina Small Boat Harbor that will assign the harbors approximately 35 parking stalls to harbor tenants by permit.