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TO CONTACT
THE ASSOCIATION

Pualani Estates at Kona
MANAGING AGENT
c/o Pacifica Realty
Management, Inc.
75-1029 Henry Street, #202
Kailua-Kona, HI 96740
Tel. 808.334.1610
Fax 808.334.1609
Email: managingagent@
pualaniestatesatkona.com




(Design Review Committee)




Please observe the
County's pet leash and
waste laws.

KEEP ANIMALS ON THEIR LEASH

Respect the properties
of others, including vacant
lots. Manage your pets properly
and responsibly.

More info is available
on this web site.

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Coqui Frog

Suspected invasive species should be reported to the State's toll free pest hotline at 643-PEST

More Information
on invasive species reporting

HOW TO TAKE ACTION!
WHAT SHOULD I DO?
HOW TO REPORT IT ON-LINE

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HAWAII COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS AND CC&Rs

The Hawai`i County Planning Department has issued a notice regarding building permits that may/may not comply with CC&Rs.

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DO YOU RENT YOUR HOME?

Homeowners who rent their property should make sure their tenants are also aware of these rules and regulations. Suggestion: A copy of some of the most overlooked violations is located here. If you rent your home, you may want to post or provide a copy of this .PDF document to a tenant.

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NOISY DOG PROBLEM?


(including who to call)
Questions: 808-329-1175

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SPEED KILLS


DRIVE SAFELY!

KONA POLICE CRIME BLAST REPORT
YEAR-TO-DATE BIG ISLAND TRAFFIC STATISTICS - DRIVE SAFELY - SHARE THE ROAD.

3/30/2015 HOMEOWNERS ANNUAL MEETING HELD

The Annual Homeowners Meeting was held March 23rd at the Kona Outdoor Circle.

The Association fell short of a quorum and Members were unable to participate in conducting the Association's business at hand. The meeting was immediately adjourned and Members were invited to remain for light pupu, beverage, and a Homeowners' Forum that followed.

The Homeowners' Forum focused on the top six concerns submitted by Members, as well as updates on traffic safety, heiau management, antennas, volunteering, and courtesy notices.

The top six "topics of interest" discussed were as follows:

RANK
TOPIC
RESPONSES
1
Landscaping maintenance/weeds
26
2
Pet ownership/responsibilities
24
3
Parking
21
4
Aesthetic front plane
14
5
Oceanview/planes and plants
13
6
House colors and fixtures
10

Due to the lack of a quorum, Homeowners were not able to elect new Board Members. Therefore, the Board Of Directors will consider new members based on candidates who have submitted their applications for consideration.

The next regular scheduled Board Meeting is on April 17 at 1 p.m. at Pacifica Realty.

3/30/2015 - HAWAI`I COUNTY MULTI-HAZARD MITIGATION PLAN MEETING

The County of Hawai’i, in recognition that the natural island beauty of the island comes with certain hazards and risks, is committed to disaster preparedness and to becoming a disaster-resilient community.  The Hawai’i County Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan represents Hawai’i County’s commitment to reducing risks from natural hazards.  This plan is being updated and Hawaii County seeks stakeholder input in the planning update process.

This plan is a Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and State of Hawaii Civil Defense requirement. The Hawaii County Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan is valid for five years, and this is the third update to this plan. Hazard mitigation is what a community does before a disaster strikes to lessen the impact.

Please plan to attend at the following dates, times and locations:

  1. Wednesday April 1st, at 5:00-7:00 PM at the West Hawaii Civic Center Council Chambers.
  2. Thursday April 2nd, at 5:00-7:00 at University of Hawaii at Hilo’s Campus Center Rm 301.

Representatives will be on hand to provide an update on the planning process and seek community input of Hazard and Risks in their communities.

 Please contact Troy Scott for any questions; 808-935-0031.  troy.scott@hawaiicounty.gov

3/14/2015 - ARE YOU RENTING YOUR HOME?

Homeowners who rent their Pualani Estates home to others should be aware of ACT 326.

ACT 326 requires operators (owners) of transient accommodations to submit relevant information to the Association and the Association must provide this information to the State of Hawai`i's Department of Taxation by December 31 of each year. Changes must be reported within 60 days.

A form, for your convenience, can be downloaded from here.

PROTECT YOURSELF FROM CRIMINAL ACTIVITY

On this web site, we post the weekly crime report from the Kona Police Department. Click on the link above marked "KONA POLICE CRIME BLAST REPORT - Read More"

REPORT VANDALISM IN OUR COMMUNITY!




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!

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