• Annual Meeting Date Change

    At the last BOD meeting on November 19th, the Board made the difficult decision to move the Annual Owner’s Meeting from Saturday, February 27th, 2021 to Saturday, March 27th, 2021. This decision was made due to the current travel and gathering restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Our Bylaws require that the Annual Homeowners Meeting must take place within 3 months of the fiscal year end. We hope that this one month delay will allow more time for travel and gathering restrictions to ease and as a result, allow more owners to participate in the 2021 meeting. As always, the owner’s packet will still be sent out in advance of…

  • Bill Richardson a Finalist for Manager of the Year Award

    Dear Owners, I want to take a moment to congratulate our very own Bill Richardson for being selected by the Institute of Real Estate Management as a finalist for the Accredited Residential Manager of the Year Award.  Bill is one of five finalists being recognized for their commitment to the profession and who have made valuable contributions to enhance its future. For more information on the award and other nominees click here.  Award winners will be announced and recognized at a virtual awards ceremony in October. If you see or speak to Bill, please congratulate him on this very prestigious award that honors the best of the best in their profession!…

  • Enforcement of Pet Policy

    Aloha Makena Surf Owners, Management would like to send a reminder to the ownership concerning pets on property. Makena Surf will be enforcing the no pet policy found in the Declarations and House Rules stating there shall be no keeping of any animals on property.  We understand that owners and employees may have fed cats found on property in the past. This past inconsistency may have aided to current issues now, but the Board would like to rectify and clarify this now. Unfortunately, there has been an increase in damage caused by both cats and chickens alike on vehicles, lanais, landscaping, and other areas. Numerous owners have asked management to…