Dear Kepuhi Beach Resort Homeowner,

It is with great pleasure I write to inform you of the selection of our newest AOAO Board Member, Ken King (unit 2164). Ken received the unanimous vote of the Board to fill out the rest of Ellyn Dooley’s term. He will also serve as Association Treasurer. The Board had a strong list of candidates to choose from but Ken offered the longest history of association involvement and brings with him a wealth of professional knowledge and experience. Please welcome him to the Board! (and thank his gracious wife, Jeness)

There are a lot of significant maintenance projects underway on property this summer, starting with the coconut tree trimming this month. Extensive building repairs and continued irrigation work will quickly follow. Later in the summer (or early September) we are tentatively scheduled for parking lot resurfacing. This project is being done in cooperation with the Ranch so it’s difficult to nail down the exact dates at this time. Shortly before resurfacing begins, we will be contacting all owners of vehicles parked on our property to organize relocation. Every vehicle must be moved so please help us accomplish the task without the need to tow them. If you own a vehicle on property and will not be here the end of August and early September, please make sure we know how to access a key. In addition to what you’ve done in the past to facilitate this please also email your license plate number and your phone number to so we can contact you quickly if the need arises.

The Ranch continues to restore the Hotel Lot and I will be returning to Molokai to inspect their work the beginning of July. I’ve also been in discussions with them about fire hazard mitigation and I hope to achieve agreement on the creation of mowed buffer zones around our entire property.

A variety of additional resort enhancements are coming soon so if you haven’t visited our property lately, please hurry back and enjoy our rejuvenation!

Jeff Kent
President, Kepuhi Beach Resort AOAO

Friendly Reminder
Please ensure the AOAO office has a key to your unit. We must have access for emergencies, chirping smoke detectors, and pest control. If we must force entry, the AOAO is not responsible for repair costs.