Q. If my unit suffers water damage from heavy rains, whose responsibility is it to clean it up and incur costs?
A. As flooding is classified as an Act of God, you and your personal insurance company are responsible for cleaning up your unit. As a courtesy, the Board will try to contact you (if you have left an e-mail address or phone # with the staff), and alert you to the situation. If you have left a key with the Property Manager, he/she will try to open up the damaged units to air out and assess the matter.
Q. Why do I have to leave a key with the Association?
A. We need to get into your unit for the pest control service bi-monthly, or if an emergency should arise (i.e., electrical, flood/leak, fire). If we do not have a key and need to gain access, we will use whatever means necessary and you will be billed accordingly.
Q. Is the water safe to drink?
A. Yes. Several years ago the federal standard for water drinkable was raised. Molokai now meets the new standard. .
Q. Where do I park my car if I want to leave it for long periods and I am off island?
A. Long-term parking is across the street from the parking lot that fronts bldgs 15 and 17, or down on the street side of Building 12. Please DO NOT leave your car in active parking areas as we are short of spaces for our vacationing owners/renters.
Q. What should I do to shut down my unit when I leave the island and my unit will be vacant?
A. Check to see that you donâ€™t have any water leaks or running toilets, turn off fans and lights, and make sure that the AOAO/Property Manager has a key to your unit.
Q. I am planning to remodel or make changes to my unit (i.e., lighting, lanai tile, adding a washer/dryer, structural changes, etc.). What do I do?
A. Make a rough sketch/drawing with a written description and e-mail it to Ken King. The board will check over the specs and let you know how to proceed.
Q. I want to replace an electrical socket in my unit; do I need permission?
A. No, the inside of the unit is your responsibility and the outside is the Associations. However, if drywall is going to be tampered with, you must have an electrician do the work.
Q. Are there specific work hours when we (or our Contractor) can work in our units?
A. Yes, work is allowed Mon-Fri. from 8am to 5pm. No noisy tool work on the weekends ever.
Q. Where do we dump our refuse/tear-out materials?
A. You, (or your Contractor), will have to take it to the landfill on the way to town. See Construction Rules & Regulations in our Policy section.
Q. I want to replace my door. What procedure do I follow?
A. Contact the Board President for further instructions.
Q. I have heard that we have a website with information of interest to the Owners of our Resort, what is the website (url) address?
Q. What address should I use if I want to send a package to my unit?
A. FedEx and UPS will deliver directly to your unit with a physical address:
252 Kepuhi Place # (your unit number)
Someone MUST be in your unit to accept a package. The office will not accept packages or personal mail. However, if you are receiving personal mail, please have your mail sent c/o General Delivery @ either Kaunakakai Post Office (96748) or Maunaloa (96770) OR, rent a P.O. Box (which may require being put on a long waiting list).