WAILUKU, Hawaii—Councilmember Yuki Lei Sugimura will hold her monthly “Talk Story with Yuki Lei” outreach program at the Upcountry Farmers Market on Saturday from 7 to 11 a.m.
Sugimura said she invites the public to come and voice their concerns on Maui County issues that matter to them. Rep. Kyle Yamashita will also be available to discuss State-related issues with the community, she said.
“The Upcountry Farmers Market, located at Kulamalu Town Center near Longs Drugs in Pukalani, is a great outdoor venue for sharing concerns, discussing challenges and giving feedback on local issues,” Sugimura said. “To celebrate Leap Year day, I’ll also be giving away a jar of my homemade chocolate chip cookies at my ‘Talk Story’ booth.”
Sugimura said she’s available to meet with the public to hear their concerns on the second Saturday of each month at the Upcountry Farmers Market. Future Talk Story dates and more information are available at MauiCounty.us/Sugimura.
Sugimura holds the council seat for the Upcountry residency area, chairs the council’s Water, Infrastructure and Transportation Committee and is a member of the Kula Agricultural Park Committee.
Call the office of Councilmember Sugimura at (808) 270-7939 for questions.