Welcome

Message from the Board
April 26, 2022
 
One of the most important duties of the Board of Directors is to maintain and improve the common elements of the property. These are some of the examples of improvements this past year.
 
o   Fully executed mailbox installation before years end 2021 - avoiding mail service disruption. 
-  Improvements in process to these 3 mailbox pavilion locations. 
·         Message center
·         In ground landscaping now that canopies are up
·         Solar motion sensor lighting
·         SOLD some excess: 1 mailbox CBU and 1 parcel locker in the amount of $3800 deposited in the Kihei Villages’ operating account in January 2022
 
o   Beginnings of Clubhouse update with new Kitchenette. Installation of the cabinets done by board members and staff, saving $5000 in installation costs.
-  We need to upgrade the clubhouse area to keep up with the increased property values and provide a value-added venue for the community. (See before and after photos below)
·         Interior improvements in process
·         Exterior playground area to be updated with new equipment
·         Investing in more chairs to accommodate more homeowners, to hold community meetings on the grounds
 
o   Landscaping improvements by way of committee 
-  Clubhouse entrance designed and planted by homeowner volunteers
 
o   New and improved updated website. The website had not been updated for 3 years.
(Current information is uploaded as it becomes available)
-  Members area access to; financials, minutes, governing documents, contracts, etc.
 
o   Rental of 21-202
-  After remaining unrented since December of 2018 and costing the community in monthly maintenance fees. This unit is no longer a loss of revenue, but now earning income. $2200 per month rent less the HOA fee of $475 = $1725 income monthly
 
o   Tree trimming "maintenance" contract – 3 years with Maui Arbor Scapes.
 
o   Alleviated exorbitant fees by Negotiation with Spectrum for internet only contract
 
o   Replacement of "the wave" fence along Kenolio
-  The Kenolio fence was long overdue for replacement as it posed a danger to foot traffic.  
 
o   Hiring of Jeremiah Buchanan as our general manager in September 2021. He has such a positive energy and true commitment to the betterment of our property.
 
o   Set new standards and higher priority for Maintenance of common areas by developing a workforce that can address the significant issues of the ongoing water leak problems- This approach will save the AOAO tens of thousands of dollars in outside contract costs
 
o   Full staircase replacements at bldg. 31 & 49 completed. Others are being prioritized for repairs.
 
o   Homeowner Lanai repairs done with others getting addressed as received.
 
o   Resolved safety and health issue related to lack of maintenance by owner (bldg. 60) that posed a health hazard - executed through Serve Pro. 
 
o   Reviewed and will implement new policy to enforce House Rules to address residents lack of compliance
 
o   New and improved Visitor parking signs. Larger and positioned in more prominent location, easier to read.
 
o   Updated to more durable and rust proof smoking benches.
 
o   Budget and finances under control, reserves in good shape after several months of operating cash tied up with accounting issues.
 
o   Will request volunteers with Community Spirit to form and serve on new committees after the Annual meeting
 
            The Board has been working together as a team with community focused energy. We want to thank the 1 year term directors for their contributions this past year: Adam Miller, Chris Hayes, John Thorpe, and Joan Cooper. We look forward to the possibility of continuing to work with them if they run again, and/or welcoming fresh new faces with the same positive energy, to join the team and continue to move us forward.
 
Sincerely,
 
Kihei Villages Board members through March 2023
 
Larry Zigler-President, Cheryl Horta-Treasurer, Ruby Makuch-Secretary, FritsBakker-Director, Frank Siminski-Director
 
 
CLUBHOUSE KITCHENETTE UPGRADE
Before:                                                                                                                 After:
 
        

Aloha and Welcome to the Kihei Villages Community
 
Within this website you will find the answers to common questions regarding House Rules and policies, have the ability to view procedures and print required forms. Plan for upcoming events, maintenance and meetings through the community calendar and so much more. Just click on the area you choose to view. 
 
Many areas do not require a log-in. For example, the Request Forms and House Rules sections are open to owners and tenants alike.  Other areas are exclusive to owners and you will be prompted to register as an owner for access.
 
Mahalo 
Kihei Villages AOAO 
  
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8am to 5pm, Closed weekends and Holidays. Grounds Property Watch available on weeknights, 4pm to 8am and 24 hours on weekends and Holidays. 808-874-5454
 

Welcome to the Team!


 
Aloha to our new Maintenance Staff:
 
Jeremiah Johnson "JJ" (on left)
Maintenance Technician
 
Jeremiah has been here on Maui for 16 years. Originally from Santa Cruz, California.

Enjoys spear fishing and hiking in his spare time. Has been in the construction industry trade since age 18 and loves working with his hands crafting.
 
Morgan Simmons (on right) 
Landscape Irrigation Technician

Born and raised here in Wailuku Maui.
 
Enjoy's diving and lounging on the beach.
 
After getting out of the Marine Corps, moved back home to Maui and worked in the construction industry while pursuing a
Degree in Automotive technology.
 

Community Calendar

3-12 Pest Control
Wednesday, June 1, 2022
9am
13 - 22 Pest Control
Wednesday, June 15, 2022
9am
23 - 32 Pest Control
Wednesday, July 6, 2022
9am
33 - 42 Pest Control
Wednesday, July 20, 2022
9am
43 - 52 Pest Control
Wednesday, August 3, 2022
9am

MANAGERS REPORT

Q1 2022 Update:
 
  • Water mains ongoing issue. Many Driscoll pipes failing. With the assistance of the board, we are creating a protocol to address current situations and nip in the bud for future issues. New hires have plumbing backgrounds and can help save costs where some of the time consuming work can be done in house. Contractors are still required in some instances,  but overall, we are able to save the association money with several in house repairs.
     
  • Staircases and landings are being inspected and prioritized for repairs. New hires have carpentry skills and can repair some of these issues in house, while some more major issues will require contracted professionals.
     
  • Irrigation systems are ongoing to repair, as one is fixed another breaks. This is common for a property of our size. Our new maintenance staff member Morgan has already replaced several in house, providing cost savings to the association.
     
  • Buildings siding repairs. Current siding is no longer available, we are doing research to find the best match to remain in compliance with building appearance.
     
  • Tree trimming for 2022 has begun. Trees will be trimmed in phases throughout the course of the year. Trees that pose a danger or hitting buildings are being prioritized for trimming back or total removal if necessary.
     
  • Waste bin enclosure near mailbox pavilion 2 shall be complete by end of April.
     
  • Mailbox canopies have been erected, however, the vendor installed with four posts, when 6 were in the original plan and paid for. The additional parts are being produced and will be expedited and installed Thursday, April 21 if all goes as planned. We will be adding new glass box message center for each location and replace the property map at pavilion #1 near office.
     
  • New, larger and more ledge able, visitor parking signs will be installed in the next couple of weeks.
 

Mailbox Install Recap

Landscaping Zone Map

Each month, you’ll need to consult this map and make note of the date YOUR PARKING LOT ZONE is scheduled. A master list of stall numbers by zone is also included in this file so you can verify your parking stall zone. 
 
click underlined texted to view:
 
MAY SCHEDULE & ZONE MAP

The product used on our grounds is Hawaii EPA approved CHEETAH PRO. Here are the links to the MSDS and State approval:

NUFARMCHEETAHPRO
HERBICIDEMSDS.pdf 

 
 
 
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