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Here’s how to watch Maui County meetings online

Due to COVID-19 precautions, county meetings are no longer being held in public spaces. To watch County Council meetings, tune to Akaku Channel 53 or visit

>> Council’s Economic Development and Budget Committee convenes 9 a.m. Monday through Thursday and 1 p.m. Friday to review proposed FY2021 operating budget and capital program and other matters. To submit oral testimony via phone, call 408-317-9253 and enter meeting code 597 785 199; to submit testimony via videoconference, use meeting link; written testimony may be emailed to For more information, visit

>> Maui Planning Commission meets 9 a.m. Tuesday for training on conducting business using videoconferencing platform BlueJeans. Submit oral testimony via phone by calling 888-748-9073 and entering code 504 186 650. For video testimony, use meeting link

>> Maui County Council meets 6 p.m. Friday on proposed FY2021 operating budget and capital program. To join the meeting by phone, call 408-740-7256 or 888-240-2560 (toll-free) and enter meeting code 592474137 followed by passcode 1139. To join by videoconference, use For information on testifying at the public hearing, call the Office of the County Clerk at 270-7748.

>> COVID-19 Business Assistance Series webcasts, presented by Maui Economic Development Board and Maui County, help small-business owners navigate the resources available to them with step-by-step instructions, guest speakers and Q&As. The first one-hour webcast featured experts walking business owners through the application process for the SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan, and the second offered a guide to SBA’s new Paycheck Protection Program. More topics will be explored in the free series, with more information and webcast replays at

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