TO: KAIMALA MARINA RESIDENTS
Date: February 18, 2021
LEGAL NOTICE REGARDING ABANDONED BICYCLES
This fulfills our requirements to dispose of these abandoned bicycles.
The following bicycles are being listed as abandoned. Newsletters and notices were posted for our residents to identify rusting and derelict bicycles located on the Makai side of Kaimala Marina, 444 Lunalilo Hm. Rd. Honolulu HI 96825. Bicycles will be removed on March 1, 2021.
See attached doc. for details.
Happy New Year! As we leave 2020 behind, we are taking an optimistic look forward to 2021. There are a number of things that are planned in the coming year but first, we would like to bring a few reminders to start the 2021.
Speed Limit For safety, please observe the 5 mph posted speed limit on the property. There are children that aren’t necessarily looking out for vehicles and they are hard to see due to their smaller size. We also have residents who regularly walk their pets on the property, please respect the speed limit to ensure their safety as well. As a reminder, the parking areas or driveway are not to be used for recreational purposes.
Our docks Please make sure that young children aren’t out on the docks unsupervised. This is a safety issue as the water depth around the docks is likely over their heads. Children running or playing unsupervised on the docks is discouraged and will be asked to take their play activities away from the water front. Please be sure to close the gate to the dock when entering or leaving. Lately, the gates have been left open. Take the time to make sure they are closed after you pass through them.
KAIMALA MARINA NEWSLETTER - July 2020
We have had a recent addition to the Board of Directors, its Nicolas Ching in unit #803; he is a licensed contractor and has helped by looking over contracts for us at earlier Board meetings. And although not a new Board member, Mike Nadeau in unit #321 was elected to the Board President position. We look forward to working with both.
With the current COVID 19 rules in place, please be advised that the Pool and BBQ Areas are OPEN for the exclusive use of REGISTERED RESIDENTS ONLY. This means that guests can’t use the pool area until further notice. The Recreation Center and Restrooms will remain CLOSED. Family members and residents from the same unit only may use the hot tub together. Signs have been posted and we are taking the threat of COVID19 seriously by reducing the risk to our residents. We realize that there is no 100% assurance that these measures will stop anyone from getting the virus, but are designed to reduce the risk until such time that COVID19 is no longer the threat it is today.
NEW Weber Genesis gas grills have been received, and they will be installed shortly. Through weekly maintenance, we have had the current set of Weber grills for almost 8 years. We need your help to make these last another 8 years. PLEASE clean the grill
after you use it. This will help reduce wear and tear and prolong the life of our grills and will ensure that the person using the grill after you will have an enjoyable grilling experience.
We encourage you to visit our Website at kaimalamarina.org and leave us your email; this is so we may reach out to you with newsletter items, updates around the property and emergency notifications.
Property Management's Corner
Summer is here and the grounds are alive with kids. For safety concerns, bikes, skateboards, and ball playing are not allowed here. Also, please watch your children while they are playing not just for safety, but to make sure damages to property don’t occur. We occasionally have problems with broken lights or destroyed trees and shrubs where children unintentionally damage the property. We want to mitigate costs for replacing these items and your assistance watching your kids is greatly appreciated. Additionally, please be careful driving in and out of the property, observe the 5-mph rule, there are small children present and aren’t necessarily paying attention to vehicles entering or leaving.
There is an added benefit to residents that you may not be aware of; we have access to a wonderful park within walking distance of our units; we share a nicely maintained park next to the Esplanade that you can enjoy with your family. Follow the fence between us and the Esplanade and use your Pool key for access. Dogs are allowed but must be kept on leashes.
And on the issue of Dogs, we ask that if you have a dog, please pick up after it. Be considerate of your neighbors since no one wants to see, smell or worse, step in a mess that someone left behind. Parents and Grandparents, please make sure that if you are sending kids out with the dog, have them take bags just in case they need to pick up after the dog. Lastly, it goes without saying, ALL DOGS MUST BE LEASHED.
Bulky Item Pickup is available. The proper way to dispose of your unwanted large items can be accessed on your computer. Arrangements to pick up your bulky items can be made online at Opala.org . Give it a look to schedule beds, TVs, water heaters, or anything that USED to be left on the curb. Click on the schedule a pickup and they will give you a date with options.
Aloha until next time.
To All Residents,
The Hot Crack Filling will begin in 3 weeks (scheduled on Aug. 5th, 6th and 7th). The project will be split into 3 parts, each phase will take only 1 day each. All cars will need to be removed from these areas to allow the equipment access for the repairs.
To review the Construction Phase Map click here.
Frequently asked Questions for the O‘ahu Bulky Item Appointment Collection Service
Question: When does the new program start?
Answer: O‘ahu residents may start scheduling appointments June 1, 2020. Collection crews begin collection service July 1, 2020.
Question: How do I schedule a bulky item collection appointment?
What if I do not have internet access? Answer: Through the City’s opala.org website, or if you do not have internet access, by calling 768-3200 and selecting option “0.”
To Lean More.
The outbreak of a new coronavirus disease in 2019 from Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China, has many of us concerned about our safety, our health, and wondering what to do.
Living in Hawaii, we’re used to preparing for all kinds of potential — hurricanes, tsunamis, ﬂoods, etc. — so this potential challenge should be no diﬀerent! Here is some feedback from the experts that may help.
For more info, please go to: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html