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LIVABLE HAWAII KAI HUI
P.O. BOX 25493
HONOLULU, HAWAII 96825 - 0493
Please donate! We will acknowledge your payment and welcome you into our organization. Help Livable Hawaii Kai preserve the beauty of East Honolulu forever. Donations are “Tax Deductible”. Your donations will help us continue our work in Kamilonui Valley, Ka Iwi, Keawawa Wetland, Hawea Heiau, and Pahua Heiau.
Donations can also be mailed to Livable Hawaii Kai Hui, P.O. Box 25493, Honolulu, HI 96825-0493. Together we can enhance the livability of our community. Unified we strengthen the citizen's position in the decision making process that guides the future growth and development of our home town.
2018 Board Members: Elizabeth Reilly, Marian Grey, Todd Shelly, Gary Weller, and Alan Tateishi.
2018 Youth Advisors: Kendrick Chang and Dylan Ramos.
* Information is posted from Livable Hawaii Kai Hui supporters and friends from our community. Articles posted are provided to keep you informed. Livable Hawaii Kai Hui Website is designed and maintained by Gayle Carr
August 15, 2018
Hui Nalu O Hawai’I, a canoe club based in Hawai’i Kai, recently donated $10,000 to nonprofit Hawai’i Kai Hui to help fund the post-flooding restoration of Aloha’Aina O Kamilo Nui nursery.
The nursery’s normal operation involves cultivating native plants for restoration projects, but severe flooding in April rendered much of the property damaged or unusable……….
June 2016 - Livable Hawaii Kai Hui was presented with a check from Hanwha E & C and Avalon for $600,000 to further the work of preserving Hawea and Keawawa.
These monies had prevously been given to the Hui and had assisted in funding work that had been done up to this time and will provide funds for stewardship into the future.
Livable Hawaii Kai Hui 9th year anniversary award at Kapolei Hale presented by Council member Stanley Chang.
Front Row: Kym Pine, Gary Weller, Kaleo Paik, Stanley Chang, Elizabeth Reilly, Dick Johnson.
Back Row: Breene Hanamoto, Joey Monahan, Ron Menor, Ann Kobayashi, Ikaika Anderson, Carol Fukunaga, Ernest Martin.
MANY YEARS AGO 4-25-06 The Hawaii Kai Neighborhood Board welcomes its newest member Elizabeth Reilly who is voted in to fill the vacancy for the At Large position. Pictured is Murray Luther with Bud Stonebraker and Elizabeth Reilly and accepting a Certificate of Recognition from the House of Representatives for his many years of community service and devotion to Hawaii Kai. Murray was instrumental in bringing back the Hawaii Kai sign! Murray Luther is honored, Elizabeth Reilly fills an opening on the Board, and LHKH accepts their Certificate of Recognition.
The Hawaii Kai Neighborhood Board presently meets on the last Tuesday of the month.
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: Hahaione Elementary School
Broadcasts of the Hawaii Kai Neighborhood Board No. 1 regular meetings are can be watched on Olelo Channel 54. Please check your local TV listings.
Chairman: NATALIE IWASA
Vice-chair: Elizabeth Reilly
www.kamilonuivalley.org - Aloha Aina O Kamilonui
www.maunalua.net - Historial Website by Ann Marie Kirk
www.malamamaunalua.org - Restore Maunalua Bay
www.hikaicoc.com - Hawaii Kai Chamber of Commerce
10 years ago - Hawaii Kai Neighborhood Board - HKNB CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE AND IS YOUR VOICE IN THE COMMUNITY
THE HAWAII KAI NEIGHBORHOOD BOARD HAS TWO NEW MEMBERS - READ BELOW - from the January 31st meeting. Congratulations Marian Grey and Jim Sharp.
1-31-06 FILLING OF VACANCY IN SUBDISTRICT TWO - Chair Muraoka asked for nominations to fill the vacancy in Subdistrict 2. Board member Houghton nominated Brad Coles. No second is required for nominations. Vice Chair Paresa nominated Marian Grey. No second is required for nominations. Hearing no objections, Chair Muraoka declared that the nominations were closed. They introduced themselves and gave reasons for why they wanted to serve. Resident Murray Luther spoke in support of Grey. Board member Levy asked each person to give the most important issues facing Hawaii Kai, which they did. Both supported the keeping of Kamilonui Valley in agriculture. Chair Muraoka, Vice Chair Paresa and Board member Houghton thanked both candidates for their community participation. Per the Neighborhood Plan, eight votes (a quorum) are necessary for any candidate to win. Grey received twelve votes and Coles received one vote. Chair Muraoka announced that Marian Grey would fill the vacancy. Chair Muraoka congratulated Grey and thanked Coles.
FILLING OF VACANCY IN SUBDISTRICT 4