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Link to HECO renewable energy survey due Sept 9

August 31, 2020 To: COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS Subject: Your perspective counts: Maui community meeting with Hawaiian Electric Aloha Travis,   We hope this communication finds you well. Working with our community continues to be important to Hawaiian Electric...

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General Membership Meeting September 14, 2020

Please join us at our Waikapu Community Association General Membership Meeting on Monday September 14, 2020 at 7:00 pm via Zoom.  Join the meeting using the Zoom meeting invite found at the end of this email.  Presenters will include: 1. AES Distributed...

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Waikapu Community Assoc Mtg – REMOTE on 7/13/2020

The Waikapu Community Association Board of Directors hopes you and your ohana are all doing well and being safe during these uncertain times we face. We would like to invite you all to our upcoming General Membership Meeting which will be held via Zoom, on July 13,...

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General Membership Meeting 3/9/20 7 pm

General Membership Meeting 3/9/20 7 pm

The Waikapu Community Association invites you to its next General Membership Meeting on Monday, March 09, 2020 at 7 pm at Valley Isle Fellowship, 1033 Waiale Rd. (entrance located off of Kokololio Rd). Guest speaker Jonathan Starr will present plans for the proposed...

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Helicopter Noise and What We Can Do About It

Helicopter Noise and What We Can Do About It

We had a really good meeting last night at Valley Isle Fellowship. Several helicopter tour companies showed up along with representatives from the FAA to answer questions. Many of our areas residents have been complaining about the recent influx of helicopter noise in...

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GMM Sept 16, 2019

Aloha Waikapu Community, Please reserve Sept 16, 2019,  7-8:30 pm to attend the Waikapu Community Association General Membership meeting at Valley Isle Fellowship. Dept of Water Supply Director Jeff Pearson has been invited to address the water restrictions put on...

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To enhance the quality of life for the residents of Waikapū through the preservation and appreciation of its history, natural environment, and values of its rural tradition.