Kihei Kai Nani AOAO

Manager’s Report April 9, 2018

Projects and Repairs on the Property over the Past Month Laundry Installation of 2 more electric dryers Repair of handle on big washer Trees and Plants Removal of 2 Coconut Palms and 2 Washington Palms Designation of 4 more palms for removal Addition of Hibiscus plants between buildings 1 and 2 Bids for Lot 1-A tree trimming Handrails Replacement of handrail going up the stairs to building 10 Temporary repair of handrail from building 5 to building 6 Walkways Installation of walkway from parking lot to walkway between buildings 9 and 10 Gutters Preliminary repair of rain gutters on building


Smoking on Property Smoking is only permitted in 2 designated areas on the Kihei Kai Nani property. There is NO SMOKING on Lanais, the Pool Area or on grounds. Smoking is NOT PERMITTED inside units EXCEPT with written consent by owners or owner’s agent. Smoking Area Map

President’s Message December 15, 2017

PRESIDENT’S REPORT – June 25, 2017 DMI Management Changes Destination Maui Inc., our Management company, has relocated to a newoffice in Kihei as part of their expansion from Wailuku. Having the office inKihei is very convenient for us. The new address to send all invoices/statements and correspondence, etc. to is: Destination Maui Inc. 380 Huku Li’i Place, Suite 206 Kihei, Hawaii, (96753) Phone: 808-244-9021 Fax: 808-875-8003 Email: Website: New Account Executive, Kristen Davis, will be working with Kihei Kai Nani. She can be contacted by phone, in writing or by email at the above address. NEW Members of

Transient Accommodations Tax ( TAT or Hotel Tax ) increase

Effective January 1, 2018, the Transient Accommodations Tax ( TAT or Hotel Tax ) will increase by 1%  – from 9.25% to 10.25%.  The rate applies to all transient rental accommodation statewide. The Transient Accommodations Tax is levied upon every operator and plan manager on the gross rental or gross rental proceeds derived from furnishing transient accommodations. Gross rental or gross rental proceeds derived from transient accommodations furnished could be subject to different tax rates depending on the timing of the payments received under the cash basis accounting method and on the outcome of the all events test under the

KKN Plumbing Update – August,  2017

KKN Plumbing Update – August,  2017 The KKN Board of Directors is charged with making sure our monthly owner’s dues are used wisely and that our 1970’s property is maintained, repaired and kept in good condition. During the past few years many owners have witnessed the deterioration of our aging cast iron pipes inside the wall between the kitchen and the bathroom. Initially our approach was to replace the badly cracked and corroded  common element cast iron pipes as leaks occurred, but  since emergency repairs and replacements are more costly and disruptive to both owners and guests, we began replacing

KKN Gets New TV Cable and Wifi Package from Spectrum

KKN Gets New TV Cable and Wifi Package from Spectrum Our cable TV and Internet supplier, Oceanic Time Warner Cable, has been sold to Spectrum. By the end of 2017, Spectrum will be upgrading all bulk properties, such as ours, to Standard (Digital) Service, which will require a converter box for each TV in your unit. They are offering 2 converter boxes for each unit at no extra cost, while they are installing them. (If you do not have a TV cable to your bedroom and you want one, you will have to hire someone privately to install it.) Spectrum wants

Lot 1A Purchase Complete

Aloha Owners Your Board of Directors is pleased to advise that the escrow company has notified us that the purchase of Lot 1A is now complete. The Board wishes to thank all of the owners for supporting the purchase of Lot 1A and the Board is appreciative of your response to sending in your assessment funds so promptly. We will now begin to look at options of what we should do with Lot 1A (if anything) and we welcome your input, if you would like to make a suggestion or have an idea please use the form below.

High-Risk Components Resolution

Attention Owners You will recall the Board of Directors of Kihei Kai Nani passed a high risk component resolution in May of 2016. The Board of Directors believes that it is in the best interest of the Association to identify high-risk components and to implement certain requirements with regard to those high-risk components in accordance with Chapter 514B. Chapter 514B, Hawaii Revised Statutes, states: “… the Board of Directors, after notice to all unit owners and an opportunity for owner comment, may determine that certain portions of units, or certain objects or appliances within the units such as washing machine

Air Conditioning Units

A/C Units Owners must comply with office guidelines regarding installation of all window ACs, including portable window ACs. Rusty, leaky and noisy window AC’s must be replaced.