| KONA POLICE CRIME BLAST REPORT
|YEAR-TO-DATE BIG ISLAND TRAFFIC STATISTICS - DRIVE SAFELY - SHARE THE ROAD.
Trees: (Section 5.7) ...Each owner shall be responsible for the proper maintenance and care of any trees planted on Owner's Lot and/or any planting strip adjacent to Owner's Lot.... - See your Homeowners CCR document for complete details.
Pualani Estates has become a magnet for trick or treaters and has experienced hundreds of pedestrians walking our streets Halloween evening. We ask everyone to be extra careful. In addition, participants must respect the properties of homeowners, avoid trespassing, and obey all safety law regulations.
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BOARD RECOGNIZES OFFICER FONTES
The Board submitted a letter to Captain Ishii of the Kona Police Department recognizing the outstanding efforts Officer Ellsworth Fontes has contributed to making Pualani Estates a safer place to live.
The commendation praised Officer Fontes for his frequent patrol of our community, enforcing speed limit compliance, attending HOA meetings, and following up requests on behalf of the Association. In addition, the Board also recommended Officer Fontes be considered a candidate for Officer of the Month.
VANDALISM IN PUALANI ESTATES
Vandals have again defaced the culvert near the entrance to Pualani Estates. Anyone with information of who may be responsible for the disregard of our environment, should contact our managing agent at email@example.com, or the Kona Police non-emergency line at 935-3311 or Crime Stoppers 961-8300 (confidential line).
The Association will use whatever means is available--including legal action--to bring the perpetrators to justice. This type of behavior is unacceptable in our community, and we ask all members of the association to report any suspicious activities.
OPIKANALANI BLOCK PARTY
Where there's a will, there's a way...
Residents living on Opikanalani Place pulled together and decided to have their first street "block party" September 20th that drew quite a number of homeowners and residents, including a couple from neighboring Mea Lanakila Street and So. Mea Lanakila Place. It was held in the southern cul de sac on Opikanalani Place.
Neighbors contributed pupu, salads, entree, a BBQ grill, and dessert to share. Tables and chairs were provided, and everyone got name tags so everyone could get to know their neighbors on a first name basis. The atmosphere was friendly and casual.
The crowd mingled, talked story, or simply relaxed and listened to tunes from the Sixties during the 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. twilight soiree.
Mahalo to the orgainizing committee of Opikanalani Street (Margee, Jean, Ellie, and Eileen) and its residents for putting this wonderful "mixer" together! What a great way to meet your neighbors.
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KAHALU`U BEACH PARK CLOSED
The Kahalu'u Beach Park will be closed from 6 am – 11 am on these dates for maintenance.
- November 4, 2014
- December 2, 2014
For more information or if you have any questions, please contact Parks & Recreation Public Information Officer Jason Armstrong. Tel. phone # 345-9105, email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
BECOME A VOLUNTEER!
Your Association is always in need of more volunteers! Please consider joining one of our community committees! We ALL BENIFIT from lending a hand now and then--even if it is for just one year!