Aloha Lawbreakers!


Aloha Lawbreakers

Lahaina businessmen would like the local police to show a little more Aloha to tourists in the town.

The Lahaina Retail Committee plans to send a letter to the County Traffic Commission, suggesting that police give only a warning note to tourists who violate parking laws in Lahaina.

The note could even be "warmly worded", suggested Retail Chairman Paul Myers.

Committee members also voted to ask the Commission to make a number of overnight parking spaces available on Lahaina streets. At the present time, no overnight parking is permitted on any public street.

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Buck Quayle at The Lahaina Sun

Buck Quayle at the Maui Lahaina Sun bureau circa 1970

Buck Quayle

Reporter/Photographer Buck Quayle in 1971 in Maui with the Cartagenian in the background

Buck Quayle, 2011


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Whale tail

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