Aloha Fellow Kepuhi Owners!
As you are probably aware, per the last newsletter, the current board has implemented the formation of
a landscaping committee in order to assist our manager, Doug Harms, and crew in identifying and
implementing landscape improvements. I have been asked to chair this committee and happily agreed.
As a warm up and effort to better understand the current condition and needs here at Kepuhi, you may
see a few committee members doing some cleanup around the complex. This will not be typical of the
committee’s activities, so if you’re interested in serving….don’t worry! First we will be doing some
groundwork in identifying current standards, availability and appropriateness of plants, watering needs,
workload effects, costs and other issues. We will be seeking owner input along the way, and will make
every effort to address whatever ideas and concerns you may have.
Once we have done the legwork we will be making prioritized recommendations to the board and it will
then be decided by them as to how these will be implemented. There are many things to be considered
and we already know that in a complex this large we will not be able to please everyone…so please be
patient with us.
If you would like to serve on this committee, please contact me, Sue Hoidal at 360-305-9006.
Your Landscaping Committee
Sue Hoidal, Chair
Bill Barrett and Donna Carter
Uke and Joanne Lorenz
West Molokai Association
The West Molokai Association, is an association for everyone on the west end. The Cost per household is $50 a year. For more information check out their website.
Keys for Emergencies
In order to keep the resort looking uniform, the board has approved exterior roll-up sunshades are allowed to be used on lanais.
The approved Product is made by Coolaroo , in the color, Walnut.
All shades must be the roller shade type with the hand crank capability for a convenient cordless operation.
When the lanai is not being used sunshades must be rolled up neatly. Sunshades must be kept in good physical condition at all times. Upper units should install sunshades so they are hidden by the overhang of the roof line when rolled up. Lower units must install them on the front-most beam of the lanai ceiling.
The Association will pay 50% for the wood/materials and contract the installation for new wooden louvers. The mechanisms are the sole responsibility of the Homeowner.
The purchase and installation cost for Glass Louvers is solely the homeowners responsibility. The board will approve Glass Louvers manufactured by Breezeway
Complex Mailing Address
Complex By-Law/Founding Documents Topics:
How the Complex Units Numbers are assigned
There are three building types in our Complex:
County Building # KBR Building #