We are a home owners' association in north Kihei, Maui. There are 170 homes in this association. Our boundaries are Piilani Highway to the east, Alulike Street to the west, E. Alulike St to the north, and Hoopili Akau Street to the south.
We are managed by Aloha Property Management. They can be reached at 808-891-0053.
Currently dues are $50 a quarter or $200 annually. The management company, Aloha Property Management, sends out coupon books.
The dues cover items like mowing of the boulevards, the management fees, and insurance.
Yes, every year we have to have a meeting of the HOA. Attendance is appreciated and it usually happens the first week in May at a place near the neighborhood.
Yes, you can still vote via proxy. The Aloha Property Management company sends out a letter a month before with the date, time, and place of the meeting. Also included is a proxy vote. Please fill that out and send it in.
No, the HOA does not and CANNOT ban street parking. The streets within Ka Ono Ulu Estates are public roads and as such are under the jurisdiction of Maui County.
Yes. Even though the convenants expressly state that they are barred from the HOA the Telecommunications Act of 1996, a federal law, preempted all state, local and other non-governmental restrictions regulating satellites and antennas, which included homeowner associations.
Yes. Event though the CCRs prohibit reflective material on your roof the Hawaii state government passed a law overriding that. Go here for more information on that law.
If you own a home within the KOU HOA boundaries you have to pay dues. Faliure to pay will result in collection attempts and failing that a lien will be placed on your home.
The second developer of the association, The Bettsel Brothers, chose to do that.
Our boundaries are Piilani Highway to the east, Alulike Street to the west, E. Alulike St to the north, and Hoopili Akau Street to the south.
There are 170 homes in the association.
It means the delicious breadfruit.
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