Regular Meeting of the Board of Directors
Thursday August 12, 2021 - 6:30 PM
To be held in the LCA office
Please follow social distancing protocols
The agenda will be posted the evening of August 11, 2021
We are currently limited on what we can do because of what the grant set in motion. There obstacles to overcome. 1) Timeline is based on the previous BoD's schedule and the county’s upcoming work on Pohoiki Rd. 2) The SBA loan cancelled by the SBA on February 12, 2020 by the previous BoD. Currently working on loan reinstated. 3) Kahukai Rd., the county has to complete work on Pohoiki Rd. and short section of Leilani Avenue., then an engineering firm can evaluate the road to the Kipuka.
We received the tabulated bid information for the road recovery project from Okahara & Associates. SBA Loan Even though the SBA loan was officially cancelled over a year ago by the previous BoD, it looks like we’ll be able to get it reinstated. The SBA has reassigned a loan officer to the LCA and our Treasurer is working with the loan officer to provide everything the SBA needs. Permits We received word from a County official that we will be able to obtain permits without having to have ownership of the roads.
The CC&Rs are enforceable as written
Laws pertaining to land use - the state gives zoning authority to the counties. The state has the overriding authority to zone Hawaiian lands, but it delegates most of that to the counties. Meaning of HRS 205-4.6 is that any community's CC&Rs which were in existence before July 8, 2003 are grandfathered in and are enforceable as written. Those communities who's CC&Rs came into existence after July 8, 2003 are not exempt.
The original question that brought up this argument dealt with Leilani residents having farm animals/livestock on their properties.
Thus, as written the CC&Rs state:
"ANIMALS. Only dogs, cats or other household pets may be kept on any of said lots, provided that they are not kept, bred, or maintained for any commercial purpose and are otherwise kept in accordance with zoning ordinances, rules, and regulations otherwise applicable to urban land use."
“Subject further, however, to the proviso that no commercial purpose involving the keeping or raising of cattle, hogs, or other livestock will be maintained on the above described premises. . ."
Leilani Community Association assessments for 2021 can be paid by Credit Card by calling the LCA office at 808.965.9555. Please do not send CC information to the LCA by email. Refer to your statement for payment options. Send questions only to firstname.lastname@example.org The LCA BoD reduced the assessment to $200.00 at the March monthly meeting (see meeting minutes).