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Welcome to Palehua Community Association!
The Palehua Community is situated in the upper Makakilo region and consists of thirty five separate communities consisting of both single family residences as well as numerous condominium properties. The Palehua Community Association (PCA) was organized early in the development process by the initial developer, Finance Factors. The concept is that the PCA will act as an umbrella Association for the many communities and Sub-associations located herein and establish a minimum level of standards to be maintained throughout, thereby helping to maintain a clean, safe and aesthetically pleasing place in which to live and raise a family. By doing so, we also hope to ensure that our property values are maintained.

THE PCA can be contacted through our office by e-mail or phone:
Email: pca@clearwire.net 
Phone: 674-1066
Fax: 674-1067

Tuesday is office day.  I will be in the office from 9:00am to 1:00pm for any assistance you need.



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Announcements

From Our Community

PCA Monthly Meeting

Thursday April 24, 2014 7:00 PM-9:00 PM
PCA Monthly Meeting at 7pm at the Island Pacific Academy


PCA Annual Meeting

Saturday April 26, 2014 8:00 AM-2:00 PM
PCA Annual Meeting on April 26th, 2014 at 9am, meetings is held at
Kapolei Middle School.


Aloha PCA Owners

PCA RELOCATION
The PCA Board of Directors chose not to renew the long-term lease on our current office space behind Jack-in-the Box.  As a consequence, the owners of the building found a new tenant willing to accept an increased rent for a term of 5 years and it became necessary that we vacate our space by the end of January.  We have temporarily moved our operations to the Hawaii Self Storage location behind K-mart and accessible via the street adjacent to Wendy’s restaurant.  This has resulted in a reduction in the amount we are spending for rent.  We continue to pursue the permitting process leading to the construction of our own facility on land owned by the Association. Our space in Hawaii Self Storage is on the second floor, adjacent units 2415 and 2416.  As mail cannot be delivered to this location, our new address is:

PALEHUA COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
PMB 311
590 Farrington Hwy  #210
Kapolei, HI 96707

Hours of operation are:
9:00am to 5:00pm

Telephone number will be:     (808) 285-4670
e-mail:  pca@clearwire.net

Business can still be conducted with the PCA via e-mail or telephone.  If you need to physically visit the PCA facility, it will be necessary to call Luis at the above number and make arrangements with him to access the compound. 

Unfortunately, for security reasons this facility is not accessible after 5 PM so neither we nor any of our sub-Associations will be able to have meetings here.  Beginning in February, our monthly meeting will be held in a room at the IPA (Island Pacific Academy)     which is across the street from the Post Office and behind the Public Library (909 Haumea St).  Meetings will continue to be held at 7 PM on the 4th Thursday of each month.  Due to room rental charges, the meetings will be strictly limited to a two hour period ending at 9 PM.

 



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If you need your "Privacy Password" to login to the owner's section of the Palehua Website, please email that request to info@associahawaii.com. Please include your name and your account number in your email. Another copy of your "Web Welcome" letter will then be mailed to your residence.

If you would prefer to call, please call 808-836-0911 and a Service Center Representative will be happy to assist you.


PCA is seeking members to contribute to its newsletter

PCA continues seeking members to contribute to its newsletter. Please consider taking the time to write an article or an editorial to the Palehua Community Association Newsletter.
You can email any contributions to Palehua Community Association's Account Executive, Kanani Kaopua at KananiK@AssociaHawaii.com.
The PCA Newsletter Editorial Policy and Guidelines as published in "All Files & Documents" in the "Owner Correspondence" section of this website. Please take time to familiarize yourself with these policies prior to writing your article.
Thank you!


Volunteers

It has been suggested that our Community Association develop a list of volunteers who might be willing to help us out from time to time with projects that come up at irregular intervals. An example would be help with printing, folding and stapling our newsletter for a few hours once each quarter. Other jobs might include calling on local merchants to solicit discounts on behalf of our membership. Cleaning up graffitti or various signs left on poles throughout the community might be a desirable endeavor. The more volunteers we have that we can call on, the better we will be able to serve the needs and desires of our membership. Please consider joining the list of volunteers. This is also a great way to meet new people and doing something which will have a positive impact on our community. To volunteer, send an e-mail message to Luis Rivera at: pca@clearwire.net

Lyndon Williams- President
Posted October 1, 2009



Community Activities

In response to a member of our community and as a result of a discussion by the Board of Directors at our September Board meeting, the BOD has decided that in order to be more proactive, we would like to invite members of the community to become more involved in the community in which we live. We are asking that individuals or groups that have ideas about activities or events that may be of interest to others in the community to form committees and pursue those ideas. For example, it has been suggested that a community picnic or pot luck dinner be held so that we can all get together and meet other members of our neighborhood. Other ideas might be holiday decoration contests, or perhaps a "volunteer day" when we organize a community park cleanup. We believe these ideas all have merit. The only thing lacking is an individual or group to grab the idea and run with it! If any of you would like to be a part of organizing or helping with these or any other ideas that might be brought forward, please respond by sending an e-mail message to our covenants manager, Luis Rivera at pca@clearwire.net and letting him know of your interest. If the ideas you bring forward has merit and general appeal, the PCA BOD will consider helping with, or financing the event. It is only through your participation that our Association can evolve into something more than just a bunch of houses.

Lyndon Williams--President
Posted June 1, 2010



Neighborhood Appearance

It has been brought to my attention that far too many signs that have been put up to advertise garage or yard sales, or perhaps to help in locating a lost pet, are being left in place long after the need has expired. Everyone is reminded that you are responsible for taking down the signs that you have errected. As a step toward keeping our community clean, we are instituting a policy whereas any sign posted must have a date of the event and an address. If the sign does not have this information on it, it will be removed. Additionally, please insure that the signs are not attached to trees with nails as that does permanent and possible irreversable damage to the trees. Thank you for your help in keeping our community clean.

Lyndon Williams



GRAFITTI

We have recently suffered an increase in the number of grafitti attacks throughout the community. This sort of vandalism is both costly and time consuming for your BOD and the covenants manager. If you observe anyone engaged in this malicious activity, please contact the police and the covenants manager so that we can follow up and perhaps prosecute the vandals.
Posted June 23, 2010

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