TRASH DISPOSAL: The dumpsters are located in front of Building 12 in the lower parking lot. Please make sure the trash is appropriately bagged, cardboard containers flattened, and bottles in the appropriate container.
BUILDINGS: The inside of your unit is your responsibility and the outside is the Association’s responsibility. The cost for the repair of louvers, etc. (part inside part outside) will be split half and half between the Owner and the Association. Contact Dale Matlock for buildings and remodeling related issues.
INTERNET/WI-FI: The use of the internet is available on the lanai of unit 1171 (the AOAO Office). Tables, chairs, and electrical outlet is provided as well as light in the evening. Skyping is not allowed in that area in consideration of the neighbors. You can connect through ‘kepuhi’ and there is no password required.
BULLETIN BOARD: There is a bulletin board on the lanai of #1171 where our Kepuhi Beach Resort office is located. Owners can advertise units for sale, miscellaneous items, etc. We also put up notices for “potlucks” during the winter months.
EXPENSES: The Association goes to great lengths to keep our expenses down. We ask your help to conserve water and electricity (i.e., repair your leaky faucets & running toilets promptly; turn off lights, TV’s, fans, etc. when not in use).
FEES & BILLINGS (Homeowner Maintenance Fees – Locker Rentals – Assessment Billings): Hawaiiana Management Company is our operating agent and manages our billings For billing related questions, contact Tulasi Cotsoradis at 808-270-3218×395 or via email email@example.com
FINANCIAL STATUS: Due in part to an excellent management team, we have a considerable reserve fund. It is our intent to add to this each year. Our dues are the lowest of the three complexes in the area.
HOUSE RULES: In addition to topics that we have covered in this letter, please refer to our House Rules, as all Owners are expected to be in compliance. If you do not have a copy, stop by the office during the above hours (8-8:30am and 12-12:30pm) and pick one up.
KEYS: Please leave a front door key(s) with the Property Manager so he can get into your unit in case of an emergency and also so the units can sprayed bimonthly for bugs. In case of emergency, If we do not have a key and must gain access to your unit, we will obtain entry by whatever means are necessary and you will be responsible for any repairs needed. If your unit cannot be sprayed, you will be responsible at your cost for doing so and submitting proof to the Property Manager. Keys are closely guarded by the Property Manager and Security – the only people who have access to the locked keys.
LANAIS: According to Hawaii Statutes, the lanais belong to the common property. Please become familiar with the House Rules for what can and cannot be on the lanais or its walls.
LANDSCAPING: We have a committee that works with the Crew on landscaping. ALL decisions about landscaping start here. Contact Dale Matlock (see Board Members page for other contact options). Our objective is to make the complex as lush and green as possible with the given water restrictions.
LOCKERS FOR RENT: We have both large and small locker units that are available for rent @ $9, $18, or larger “doubles” for $27. If you are interested, please contact Connie Fox to check availability and/or to have your name placed on the waiting list.
MAIL: The resort will not accept your personal mail. Please have your mail sent c/o General Delivery at either the Maunaloa or Kaunakakai Post Offices, or, obtain a Post Office box at either location for your use and that of your renter’s. There may be a considerable waiting list.
To ship personal items to your condo unit (UPS, Fedex ship directly to your unit), please use the following:
252 Kepuhi Place # (your unit #)
Kepuhi Beach Resort, HI 96770
For US Mail:
c/o General Delivery
Maunaloa, HI 96770
Packages received at the AOAO office will not be delivered. Please inform renters/guests to NOT have mail and/or packages delivered to the AOAO Office.
MEETINGS: The Board has its annual meeting the second weekend of November. At this time the ‘events’ consist of a Budget meeting, community potluck, Board meeting, Homeowner’s Meeting, Annual Dinner and a crafts sale, in that order over 5 days. The events proved a great opportunity to get to know other owners, learn about the workings of the Association, and share your pleasures as well as concerns. Precluding the November meeting, we will be asking you for proxies so as to have a quorum at the meeting to conduct necessary Association business and elect future Board Members. Please be sure to respond to our letter with your proxy. In the spring, in April or May, there is another Board Meeting. This is more of a working meeting pertaining to the running of the complex. You are welcome to attend any and all of the meetings.
POOL: We use the pool via a cross-easement agreement with the Ranch. The pool is for the use of Kepuhi Beach Resort owners and renters only. Guests are not allowed.
REMODELING YOUR UNIT: Be sure to submit your proposed project in writing (via email or mail) to Dale Matlock to get board approval before you remodel.
For additional information, please see the Policies Page.
RESORT ADDRESS: In 2005, the Owner’s voted to rename our resort to Kepuhi Beach Resort, in an effort to differentiate from the other two Kaluakoi Resort Properties, (Ke Nani Kai and Paniolo Hale).
The Resort Address is: 252 Kepuhi Place #1171, Kepuhi Beach Resort, HI. 96770.
RUBBISH: Remember to take your garbage etc. to the parking lot dump area. Break down boxes etc. to conserve space in the dumpster boxes. If you want to recycle, there is a recycle center at the Landfill on the way into town. They take aluminum, newspapers, bottles, and cardboard. A receptacle next to the dumpster is available for cans and bottles on which a deposit has been paid. It is not a recycle bin.
RESORT WEBSITE: Our website, www.kepuhi.com, was designed to benefit our Homeowners with the dissemination of Kepuhu Beach Resort information, including,but not limited to, important documents, policies, events, meetings, and emergency information.
Additional Information is contained in PDF files below.
AOAO Bylaws – PDF (7mb)
WMRC – Founding Documents – PDF (4mb)