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Larry Ellison Wants Off Lanai’s Electric Grid. That Could Be A Problem For Everyone Else Brittany Lyte/Civil Beat/2020

Larry Ellison Wants Off Lanai’s Electric Grid. That Could Be A Problem For Everyone Else

A company owned by the business magnate says it plans to build a private microgrid on Lanai to service two resorts, a move that could end up pushing rates higher for island residents.

A Buddhist Temple On Lanai Sheds Tradition To Fight Decline Ryan Siphers/CivilBeat/2022

A Buddhist Temple On Lanai Sheds Tradition To Fight Decline

The 97-year-old Lanai Hongwanji Mission faces a reckoning as older members die and a younger generation fails to succeed them.

Sally Kaye: Why Is Maui County Messing Around With Manini Word Changes To the County Code? Ludwig Laab/Civil Beat/2022

Sally Kaye: Why Is Maui County Messing Around With Manini Word Changes To the County Code?

There are so many other pressing issues, changing “shall” to “must” seems a distinction without a difference.

Even Apartment Dwellers Could Cash In On This Huge Lanai Solar Project Courtesy: Hawaiian Electric

Even Apartment Dwellers Could Cash In On This Huge Lanai Solar Project

The planned 10,000-panel project is expected to meet the majority of the island’s current energy needs.

Sally Kaye: Maui Police Officers Are Talking Story On Lanai Sally Kaye/Civil Beat/2022

Sally Kaye: Maui Police Officers Are Talking Story On Lanai

Lanai’s police officers want everyone to feel comfortable asking for help, so they’re holding monthly “Let’s Talk!” sessions with the community.

Raucous Roosters Are Invading Neighborhoods On Lanai Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Raucous Roosters Are Invading Neighborhoods On Lanai

Residents say an influx of roosters is laying bare an age-old spat over two sometimes conflicting hallmarks of country life: agriculture and peace and quiet.

Lanai School Gets Hawaiian Immersion Classroom Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Lanai School Gets Hawaiian Immersion Classroom

The creation of a Hawaiian language immersion program comes seven years after a Lanai mother filed a lawsuit against the DOE.

Lanai Council Considers Resident-Only Beach Park Access Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Lanai Council Considers Resident-Only Beach Park Access

Crowds at the popular beach park fronting Lanai’s crescent-shaped Hulopoe Bay have sparked tensions between local residents and tourists.

Lanai May Finally Get An Affordable Housing Project. It Might Even Get 2 Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Lanai May Finally Get An Affordable Housing Project. It Might Even Get 2

Two affordable housing projects proposed by Maui County and Pulama Lanai could boost the island’s low-income housing stock for the first time in nearly three decades.

Lanai’s Newspaper Is Now Owned By The Company That Owns Lanai Patti Epler/Civil Beat

Lanai’s Newspaper Is Now Owned By The Company That Owns Lanai

The sale of Lanai Today to billionaire Larry Ellison is raising concerns about journalistic integrity. But it may have saved Lanai from becoming a news desert.

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