Former Roads Committee

HPP ROAD COMMITTEE MOTIONS
From May 1994 to 2001

May 16, 1994

(Continuation of May 12th meeting.)

Motion by Mike Murphy to reduce speed limit for paved roads
from 35 mph to 25 mph, and for unpaved roads from 25 mph to 15
mph, seconded and carried.

Motion by Bob Said to change the entrance signs to say “Private
Roads Speed Limits Posted,” seconded and carried.

August 11, 1994

Mike Murphy moved that no member of the RMC may represent the
RMC without the Committee’s approval, seconded and carried.

January 12, 1995

Motion by Rod Thompson that the RMC adopt recommendations for
Legal Committee policies requested in letter of January 9, 1995
(mail in an unopened condition,) seconded and carried.

 

From August 1996 thru 2001

 

August 8, 1996

Motion made by Al Smith to approve minutes of July 11, 1996
as revised, seconded, carried.

John Luchau moved to “do not air specific actions of employees
in a public forum,” seconded, discussion followed. Sherman
Langell recommended a Daily Progress Form be prepared similar
to what is used in construction, documenting where time is spent
while in the field, he will assist in preparing the form. The
motion passed unanimously.

Darren Hunt moved to have a committee of three RMC members
and three Hui members to decide on the issues, for two weeks,
if after two weeks it has not been resolved, it would go to a
mediator, seconded. After discussion, Mana amended the Motion
to have the negotiating committee report back to their organizations.
The vote was 4 in favor and 2 against.

August 29, 1996

Bob Said moved to approve 10% of the office employees wages
retroactively, and 100% on her salary until we hire someone. Seconded
by John Luchau. The vote was 4 in favor, 1 against, Motion carried.

Darren Hunt moved to turn over the existing office employee
to the Hui, with full supervisory authority and for the RMC to
hire a Office Manager to deal with RMC business only. To rent
the land and the shed from the Hui and possibly rent a percentage
of the office from the Hui, and in paying such rent the price
should be at fair market value and be approved by the RMC. The
monies being spent on the salary on the existing office employee
by the RMC will cease and the Hui will pick up 100% of her salary
effective after we hire an Office Manager. Seconded by Bob Said.
The vote was 4 in favor, 1 against, Motion carried.

Darren Hunt moved to pay the temporary agency the same amount
that the regular employee receives and the additional fees are
to be paid by the Hui. Seconded by Jeff McCollum, motion carried
unanimously.

September 12, 1996

Darren Hunt moved to appoint Ron Phillips as parliamentarian,
Jane Buffington seconded, The vote was 4 in favor, 1 opposed,
the motion carried.

After correction of Jeff McCollum to being an excused absence,
a motion was made by Bob Said to approve minutes of August 8,
1996, Darren Hunt seconded, the minutes were approved as corrected.

Bob Said moved to approve minutes of August 29, 1996, Darren
Hunt seconded, the minutes were approved as written.

Darren Hunt moved to deviate from the agenda, and stated that
the nominees, Jeannie Rivera and Gerald Silva, are ineligible
as candidates because they were not nominated at the last meeting.
Jane Buffington seconded, motion carried unanimously.

Darren Hunt moved to change the nature of the ballot, to combine
the three Increment I candidates, to have the 2 positions filled
by popular vote. Seconded by Jane Buffington, motion carried unanimously.

RMC Executive Director Minimum Qualification Specifications:
Bob Said moved to Table, Jeff McCollum seconded, motion carried
unanimously.

Darren Hunt moved to reconsider his motion on hiring additional
RMC personnel and to pass the memo presented by Gary Jung. Jane
Buffington seconded. Ruth Mizuba motioned to postpone, Bob Said
seconded, the vote was 6 in favor, 2 against. The motion was postponed.

September 15, 1996

Wendall Karr moved to accept the proposal to remove the blind
hill on Kaloli between 26th and 27th; the paving at the end of
Kaloli and Beach Road; the paving at the end of Maku’u Drive and
Ala Heau Intersection; with paving, shoulder striping and reflectors
installed. Darren seconded. The motion passed unanimously.

Sale of radio equipment status: Wendall Karr moved to defer,
Darren Hunt seconded, motion carried unanimously.

Shop inventory system: Wendall Karr moved to defer, Al Smith
seconded, the vote was 6 in favor, 1 opposed. The motion carried.

Al Smith moved to reject the Ad Hoc Committee’s recommendation
report regarding Civil 96-38. Ruth Mizuba seconded, The vote was
5 in favor, 1 opposed. The motion carried.

Ruth Mizuba moved that the RMC request from the Hui the audit
report from the period of January 1, 1995 to June 30, 1995.

Ruth Mizuba amended her motion to have the report submitted
to the RMC within two weeks. Wendall Karr seconded. Ruth Mizuba
amended her amendment to have the report submitted to the RMC
in one week. Seconded by Darren Hunt. On the amendment the vote
was 4 in favor, 1 opposed.

Ruth Mizuba amended the motion to: the RMC requests from the Hui
the audit report from the period of January 1, 1995 to June 30,
1995 and that copies of this audit be available to the chair and
members on September 23, 1996. Bob Said seconded. The vote on
this amendment was 4 in favor, 1 opposed.

The vote on the motion was 5 in favor, 1 opposed, the motion carried.

RM public relations appointment: Wendall Karr moved to defer
to the next meeting, Dorothy Aiwohi seconded. The vote was 4 in
favor, 1 abstained, the motion carried.

Wendall Karr moved to close nominations for the Nominating
Committee, Dorothy Aiwohi seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

Wendall Karr moved that the Nominating Committee receive a
budget of $75.00 for advertising. Bob Said seconded. The vote
was 5 in favor, 1 opposed, the motion carried.

Relocation of RMC meeting site: Wendall Karr moved to defer,
Bob Said seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

Budget moneys for RMC meeting refreshments and supplies: .
Wendall Karr moved to reject budgeting monies for refreshments
and supplies. Bob Said seconded. The vote was 4 in favor, 2 opposed,
the motion carried.

Mail box paving status: Wendall Karr moved to defer, Darren
Hunt seconded, the vote was 4 in favor, 2 against. The motion
carried.

Wendall Karr moved to have the authority to supervise the day
to day activities of road employees, Bob Said seconded, the motion
was unanimously.

October 10, 1996

Wendall Karr moved to accept the minutes as amended, Jeff McCollum
seconded, 7 in favor, 1 abstained, the motion carried.

Wendall Karr moved to postpone approval of the minutes of the
Special meeting of September 15, 1996 until after the Chair’s
report, Jane Buffington seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

Ruth Mizuba made a motion that the RMC endorse a resolution,
see attached copy, to split out and form a separate corporation,
Al Smith seconded. Al Smith retracted his seconded. Jeff McCollum
seconded the motion. Wendall Karr called for the question, Darren
Hunt seconded. Wendall Karr called for the question,Jeff McCollum
seconded. The vote to stop discussion was unanimous. The vote
on the motion was 2 in favor (Ruth Mizuba and Jeff McCollum) and
6 opposed, the motion was defeated.

Wendall Karr moved to approve the minutes of the special September
15, 1996 meeting, Jeff McCollum seconded. John Luchau requested
a change on page 2 to the Ad Hoc Committee report to remove the
word abolishment and replace it with the word change.

The motion to approve the minutes as amended passed, with 2
members abstaining (John Luchau and Jeff McCollum.)

Wendall Karr moved to change the order of the agenda to include
other issues that are important to this committee, Darren Hunt
seconded. The vote was 6 in favor, 2 opposed (Jeff McCollum and
Ruth Mizuba.) The motion carried.

Jeff McCollum moved to use the League of Women Voters to oversee
the elections. Jane Buffington seconded, the motion passed unanimously.

Wendall Karr moved to put the subcommittee back in operation
to study important issues that are time consuming and report back
to this committee. Seconded. After discussion on the subcommittee,
the vote was 7 in favor and 1 opposed (Ruth Mizuba.) The motion
carried.

Wendall Karr moved for the subcommittee to study the feasibility
of raising or leaving the RMC fees for the next billing, John
Luchau seconded, the motion passed unanimously.

Wendall Karr moved to have the subcommittee investigate the
liens and write an amnesty letter, seconded by Darren Hunt, the
motion passed unanimously.

John Luchau moved to pay the attorney, Bob Lerro protested
with a point of order, the motion was seconded. Al Smith moved
to pay the bill of approximately $8200.00, to be paid from the
emergency fund, seconded by Jane Buffington, 5 in favor (Jane
Buffington, Al Smith, John Luchau, Wendall Karr and Darren Hunt)
Bob Lerro raised a point of order that 2 of those members could
not vote on the matter because it affects them, 3 opposed (Jeff
McCollum, Ruth Mizuba and Dorothy Aiwohi), the motion carried.

Ruth Mizuba moved that the Chair be given a key to the office
to handle road maintenance business, Jeff McCollum seconded. Ruth
amended the motion that Wendall and Mana be given keys to the
office. The motion carried unanimously.

November 14, 1996

Wendall Karr moved to allow the guests 5 minutes each to address
the committee, and then be barred from any participation after
that. John Luchau seconded. The motion carried 6 in favor, 1 against.

A motion was made by Wendall Karr to approve the minutes of
October 10, 1996 as written, Darren Hunt seconded. 5 in favor,
1 abstained, the motion carried.

Darren Hunt moved to have John explain his memo asking for
an election of a new Chair, Wendall Karr seconded, the vote was
6 in favor, 1 opposed, the motion carried.

Jeff McCollum moved to approve sending the information to the
lot owners and mail with the billings, John Luchau seconded, the
motion passed unanimously.

Wendall moved to have the sub-committee finalize the Newsletter
for printing, John Luchau seconded, the motion passed unanimously.

John Luchau moved to start the letters (for amnesty) and draft
a “Rules of Procedure” so they can be turned over to
the office in the future, Jeff McCollum seconded, the motion passed
unanimously.

Jeff McCollum moved to approach Yamada to have them square
it off the end of Kaloli or remove the asphalt before their check
is sent, Darren Hunt seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

Darren Hunt moved for reconsideration, on the original motion
to hire another person for the office, to leave the office staff
as it is now, seconded by Wendall Karr, the motion passed unanimously.

JL Yard Service proposal – Wendall moved to deny the proposal,
Jeff McCollum seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

Darren moved to approve the purchase of the Schmidt Grimmer
air compressor and associated tools, not to exceed $8000.00. Seconded
by Jeff McCollum, the motion carried unanimously. The cost will
come from the equipment fund.

Small compressor – Jeff McCollum moved to purchase a small
compressor for the back of a truck, not to exceed $350.00, Ruth
Mizuba seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

John Luchau moved to destroy the ballots from the September
election of members, Bob Said seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

December 12, 1996

A motion was made by John Luchau to approve the minutes of
October 10, 1996 as amended, Bob Said seconded, the motion carried.

Jane Buffington moved to elect a new Chairperson, Darren Hunt
seconded. the motion carried. At this point, Mana resigned from
the Road Committee and left the meeting. Wendall Karr the Vice-Chair,
took the Chair to continue the meeting.

Darren Hunt moved to open nominations for a new Vice-Chair,
Bob Said seconded. Jane Buffington nominated John Luchau. Jane
Buffington moved to close nominations, Darren Hunt seconded, 4
in favor, 1 against, the motion carried.

Darren Hunt moved to get the financial reports one week prior
to the RMC meetings, Jane Buffington seconded. The motion was
amended by John Luchau, to be mailed, seconded by Jane Buffington.
The amendment carried unanimously, and the motion carried unanimously.

January 9, 1997 No quorum.

 

January 15, 1997 Rescheduled meeting

John Luchau moved to approve the minutes of December 12, 1996
as corrected, Al Smith seconded, the motion carried.

John Luchau moved to accept Mana’s oral resignation, Jeff McCollum
seconded, there were 5 in favor, 1 abstained, the motion carried.

Darren Hunt moved to nominate Wendall Karr for Chairperson,
Jane Buffington seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

John Luchau nominated Jason Comstock for the vacancy in Increment
II. Al Smith moved to close the nominations, Darren Hunt seconded,
the motion carried.

John Luchau moved to allow the payment of legal fees in the
amount of $9,012.74 to John Moran and Diana Van De Car. Jane Buffington
seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

John Luchau moved to approve $100.00 Gift Certificates for
each employee for Christmas 1996. Jeff McCollum seconded, 4 in
favor, 1 abstained, the motion carried.

John Luchau moved to turn over the Rules of Special Procedure
to the subcommittee to study for a month, perhaps to revise before
voting, seconded by Darren Hunt, 4 in favor, 1 abstained, the
motion carried.

Darren Hunt moved to consider budgeting insurance monies of
$56,832 into the 1997 budget. Dorothy Aiwohi seconded, the motion
passed unanimously.

Darren Hunt nominated Dorothy Aiwohi to be the Chairperson
of the RMC/Hui Newsletter, and she accepted.

February 20, 1997 – Rescheduled Meeting

John Luchau moved to approve the agenda as amended, Jane Buffington
seconded, the motion passed unanimously.

Bob Said moved to vote Jason Comstock into the committee, John
Luchau seconded, the motion
carried unanimously.

John Luchau moved to approve the minutes of January 15, 1997
as written, Bob Said seconded, the motion carried.

Jane Buffington moved to pay the $715.28 to John Moran for
January, John Luchau seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

Jane Buffington moved to hire an accident reconstructionist
for under $2000.00, seconded by John Luchau, the motion carried
unanimously.

Jane moved to approve the combination subcommittee agreement
between the Hui and the RMC, seconded by John Luchau, the motion
carried unanimously.

John Luchau moved to approve the required payment of $67,500.00
for the remaining 75% of the year, beginning April 1, 1997, paid
quarterly at $22,500 for administrative work, Bob Said seconded,
the motion carried unanimously.

Bob Said moved to approve $56,832 for liability insurance,
Jane Buffington seconded, the motion passed unanimously.

Bob Said moved to wait one month until the budget is in place,
and the liability insurance is incorporated in the budget, so
we can pay it off without finance charges. Jane Buffington seconded,
the motion passed unanimously.

John Luchau moved to approve up to $400.00 for installation
of the skylight roofing, to be paid from the building fund, seconded
by Bob Said, the motion passed unanimously.

John Luchau moved to authorize $1500.00, to be paid from the
Security and Maintenance fund, for site clearance from the Hui
office to 16th, and to hire John’s Land Clearing, Jane Buffington
seconded, the motion passed unanimously.

March 13, 1997

John Luchau moved to approve the agenda, Jane Buffington seconded,
the motion carried.

John Luchau moved to approve the minutes of February 13, 1997
as corrected, Jane Buffington seconded, the motion carried.

Ruth Mizuba moved that the RMC consider the room expansion
proposed by the Board of Directors, Dorothy Aiwohi seconded, the
motion carried unanimously.

Jeff McCollum moved to support funding for the newsletter up
to $1000.00, Jane Buffington seconded, the motion passed unanimous.

March 30, 1997

John Luchau moved to amend the minutes of January 15 and February
20, 1997 to reflect that the
meetings were regular meetings but scheduled at a different time,
Bob Said seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

Vice Chairperson for RMC: On March 25, 1997, John Luchau resigned
as Vice Chair, and turned in a letter of resignation to Wendall
Karr, which was read to the committee at this time. Bob Said moved
to accept John Luchau’s resignation, Ruth Mizuba seconded, the
motion carried unanimously.

Bob Said moved to open nominations for Vice Chair, John Luchau
seconded, the motion carried.

John Luchau nominated Dorothy Aiwohi for Vice Chair.

John Luchau moved to close nominations, Ruth Mizuba seconded,
the motion carried.

Dorothy Aiwohi was then voted unanimously to be the new Vice
Chair.

April 10, 1997

Bob Lerro moved to approve the agenda, Jeff McCollum seconded,
the motion carried.

Jeff McCollum moved to approve the minutes of March 13, 1997
as written, Dorothy Aiwohi seconded, the motion carried.

Jason Comstock moved to approve the minutes of March 30, 1997
as written, Jane Buffington seconded, the vote was 4 in favor,
0 opposed and 4 abstained, the motion carried.

Bob Lerro moved that the Chair or designated committee member
gather the appropriated information regarding the legitimacy on
the $10.00 vote for insurance, and approve him (the Chair) up
to two hours of independent legal council to find if road fees
can be used for insurance, and to have it as an agenda item at
the next meeting, Dorothy Aiwohi seconded, the vote was 6 in favor,
1 opposed and 1 abstained, the motion carried.

Bob Lerro moved to table the recommendation of 1997 budget
approval to next month, Jeff McCollum seconded, the vote was 7
in favor, 0 opposed and 1 abstained, the motion carried.

Bob Lerro moved that the RMC provide labor on a twice monthly
basis of weed whacking or mowing on the easements at the entrances
on both sides, seconded by Darren Hunt, the motion carried unanimously.

Bob Lerro moved to approve Jane Buffington as the Board of
Directors representative to the RMC and Darren Hunt to be the
RMC selection from the Board of Directors. Darren Hunt seconded,
the motion carried unanimously.

Bob Lerro moved to reaffirm the Chair and Vice-Chair as continuing
in their positions on the RMC, seconded by Jeff McCollum, the
motion carried unanimously.

Jeff McCollum moved to approve the attorney’s fee for the DeMello
and Jane Silva bill, Jane Buffington seconded, 7 in favor and
1 abstained, the motion carried.

Jeff McCollum moved to adjourn, Bob Lerro seconded. The motion
and second were withdrawn.

Bob Lerro moved to send the Conch to everyone with no additional
fee request, Jeff McCollum seconded, During discussion, Bob Lerro
withdrew the motion.

Jeff McCollum moved that the RMC recommends that we do not
discriminate against where somebody lives (for mailing of the
Conch) , seconded by Bob Lerro, the vote was 7 in favor, 1 against,
the motion carried.

Bob Lerro moved that in the future no RMC funds be use for
legal bills unless prior approval by the RMC, seconded by Dorothy
Aiwohi. During discussion several members left, the vote was 4
in favor, 1 abstained, the motion carried.

April 21, 1997 – 1 of 3

Bob Lerro moved to accept Dorothy Aiwohi’s resignation as Vice
Chair and member of the Road Maintenance Committee, Jeff McCollum
seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

Bob Lerro moved to nominate Jeff McCollum as Vice Chairperson
for the RMC, seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

Jeff McCollum nominated Ruth Mizuba as a RMC member from Increment
I. Bob Lerro moved to close nominations, seconded, the motion
carried unanimously.

April 21, 1997 – 2 of 3

Paul Murphy moved to institute the formation of a committee
of three members from the RMC and three members from the Hui to
review the Memorandum of Understanding and Statement of Policy,
as soon as possible, Jeff McCollum seconded.

Bob Lerro asked for a friendly amendment that the RMC special
committee has to be formed by three people who the chair selects,
under Article 11, Section 10, Conflict Resolution, of the current
Bylaws, and if not settled by the committee or mediation in 30
days to go to arbitration. Paul Murphy accepted the friendly amendment.
After further discussion Wendall Karr explained for clarification,
the motion is to implement the Conflict Resolution Committee as
called for in the Bylaws when there is a disagreement between
the Board of Directors and the Road Committee. To select three
members from the RMC, and inform the Board to do the same, to
form a committee to resolve the conflict by the committee or mediation
in 30 days or go to arbitration. The motion passed unanimously.

April 21, 1997 – 3 of 3

Bob Lerro moved to approve a contract with Dorothy Aiwohi for
a temporary 30 day assignment to assess our current administrative
policy and procedures, accounts payables, receivables and other
pertinent information dealing with the RMC and that the road committee
give budgetary approval for $12.00 per hour for that period of
time. Seconded by Jeff McCollum, after discussion the motion carried
unanimously.

Bob Lerro moved to authorize up to $100.00 for Wendall Karr
to advertise in the newspaper with a special ad, two column inches
by one inch, in the front section, for an Operations Manager for
Paradise Hui Hanalike Road Maintenance Committee, to run this
coming Sunday and the following Sunday. The RMC will review the
applications received by May 6, 1997 and make recommendations
at the next meeting. Seconded by Jeff McCollum, the motion carried
unanimously.

May 8, 1997

After a correction in spelling to Jeff Rotman’s name, Bob Lerro
moved to approve the minutes of April 10, 1997 as written, Jeff
McCollum seconded, the motion carried.

Bob Lerro moved to approve the minutes of the three special
meetings of April 21, 1997 as written, Paul Murphy seconded. The
vote was 4 in favor, 3 opposed, the motion carried.

Bob Lerro moved to approve Ruth Mizuba for the RMC as stated
in the special meeting of April 21, 1997, Jason Comstock seconded.
The vote was 5 in favor, 1 opposed, the motion carried.

Jeff McCollum moved to refer employee Sick Leave, Holidays
and Vacation to the Planning Committee, Al Smith seconded, the
motion carried.

Jeff McCollum moved to allow up to $100.00 to advertise for
bids for cinders and towing, Darren Hunt seconded, the motion
carried.

Darren Hunt moved to approve both bills from Altres for 2 weeks
of temporary help in the amount of $1,189.10, Jane Buffington
seconded. Bob Lerro amended the motion to have the $1,189.10 be
taken from the $22,500 that has been paid to the Hui for administrative
cost, seconded by Jeff McCollum. The vote on the amendment was
5 in favor, 1 opposed,
1 abstained, the motion carried. The vote on the motion was 2
in favor, 5 opposed, 1 abstained, the motion was defeated.

Bob Lerro moved to extend the contract of Dorothy Aiwohi for
an additional 30 days, Jeff McCollum seconded, the vote was 5
in favor, 1 abstained, the motion carried.

Bob Lerro moved that the Operations Manager and the Chair report
at the next regular meeting, recommendations and quotes for sending
out the accounts receivable, payable, taxes, payroll and a CPA
for an audit, seconded by Ruth Mizuba, the vote was 6 in favor,
1 opposed, the motion carried.

Bob Lerro moved to rescind the existing Memorandum of Understanding
and Statement of Policy, the Administrative support agreement,
effect May 15, 1997 – with a financial statement itemizing any
money spent from the $22,500 and return the balance, to the RMC.
Paul Murphy seconded. The vote on the motion was 4 in favor, 2
opposed, the motion carried.

Jeff McCollum moved to pay the road crew for the days they
were laid off, due to it not being their fault, Paul Murphy seconded,
Bob Lerro amended the motion to be a paid furlough, up to one
week, seconded by Paul Murphy. The vote on the amendment was unanimously
in favor.

Jeff McCollum moved that the Forman of the shop be paid to
attend the meetings, by having his shift from 1:00 p.m. to 9:00
p.m. on the day of the RMC meetings. Paul Murphy seconded, after
discussion the motion was withdrawn.

Jeff McCollum moved to allow guest/lot owners to speak during
a meeting by raising their hand and being recognized by the Chair,
seconded by Bob Lerro, the vote was unanimously, the motion carried.

May 15, 1997

Bob Lerro moved to attach a packet (on addressing the deficiencies
in the RMC in regards to administrative inadequacies) to the minutes
of this meeting, Al Smith seconded, the motion passed unanimously.

Bob Lerro moved that the RMC remove the RMC office equipment,
computers, supplies, files, etc. from the Hui office, to the RMC
office in the road shed, to control access to RMC things, so the
RMC has access, seconded by Ruth Mizuba. The vote was unanimously
in favor, the motion carried.

Bob Lerro moved to select and supervise our own RM clerks,
effective May 16th, Ruth Mizuba seconded. The vote was unanimously
in favor, the motion carried.

Bob Lerro moved that from this point forward, Paradise Hui
Hanalike in it’s capacity in providing administrative support
for the RMC, will provide in writing, to the RM Chair or the Operations
Manager, any administrator functions that they need, provided
by our personnel, seconded. The vote was unanimously in favor,
the motion carried.

Bob Lerro moved that any administrative charges after May 15th,
must be channeled through their representatives from the Board,
to the RMC, at the regular RMC meeting for approval, before the
disbursement of funds, seconded by Jason Comstock. The vote was
unanimously in favor, the motion carried.

June 12, 1997

Bob Lerro moved to approve the minutes of May 8, 1997 as written,
Jason Comstock seconded, the motion carried.

Bob Lerro moved to approve the minutes of the special meeting
of May 15, 1997 as written, Al Smith seconded. The vote was 4
in favor, 1 abstained, the motion carried.

Bob Lerro moved to accept Jeff Rotman’s oral resignation, Ruth
Mizuba seconded, the motion carried unanimous.

Bob Lerro asked to extend the motion to hire Brian DeLima for
the RMC as legal council, Al Smith seconded. The vote was 4 in
favor, 1 abstained, motion carried.

Bob Lerro moved to close nominations for Increment I, seconded
by Al Smith, the motion carried.

Bob Lerro moved to extend the present budget in 30 day increments,
but change the next $22,500 that was to be for Administrative
fees to be for Professional fees, Ruth Mizuba seconded, the vote
was 4 in favor, 1 abstained, the motion carried.

Bob Lerro moved to extend Dorothy Aiwohi’s contract for 30
more days, Al Smith seconded, the vote was 4 in favor,
1 abstained, the motion carried.

Bob Lerro moved to ask the Planning subcommittee to recommend
to the RMC, an addition to the road shed extending the entrance
and putting in a bathroom with a shower in case of accidental
contamination of workers, funding would be from the Building Fund.
The vote was unanimous, the motion carried.

Bob Lerro moved to approve the $400.00 for the installation
of an air conditioner for the new RMC office, Ruth Mizuba seconded,
the vote was unanimous, the motion carried.

July 10, 1997

Bob Lerro moved to approve the minutes of June 12, 1997 as
corrected, Jason Comstock seconded, the motion carried.

Bob Lerro moved that the phone booth at 21st Street and Paradise
Drive be removed and relocated, with the RMC determining the location
for safety reasons, Ruth Mizuba seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

Bob Lerro moved to suspend the existing Employee Policy until
a new Employee Policy is approved by the RMC by September’s meeting,
with a special meeting from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. so members
can review the Policy prior to the meeting. there was no second
to the motion.

Bob Lerro moved to have the RMC create an Employee Policy for
the RMC employees, to be completed by the September RMC meeting,
with a special Planning meeting at 5:00 p.m. on the same day of
the RMC meeting. As some members work and cannot attend a 5:00
p.m. meeting, Bob Lerro withdrew “with a special Planning
meeting at 5:00 p.m. on the same day of the RMC meeting.”
Jeannie Rivera seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

Bob Lerro moved to extend the existing budget with the same
terms as last month, until the September meeting, Ruth Mizuba
seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

Bob Lerro moved to extend the existing car removal contract
until the September meeting, Ruth Mizuba seconded, the motion
carried unanimously.

Bob Lerro moved to extend the existing cinder contract until
the September meeting, Ruth Mizuba seconded, the motion carried
unanimously.

Bob Lerro moved to remove Jeff McCollum as the Vice-Chair and
have Ruth Mizuba the Second Vice-Chair as the new Vice-Chair,
Jeannie Rivera seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

Bob Lerro moved to allow up to $100.00 to paint the water tank
and grease tank, Ruth Mizuba seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

Bob Lerro moved to terminate Dorothy Aiwohi’s contract with
regret, based on the recommendation and interpretation by the
Master, Bruce Yoshida, Ruth Mizuba seconded, the motion carried
unanimously.

Bob Lerro moved to go into Executive Session, seconded by Ruth
Mizuba, the motion carried unanimously.

Bob Lerro moved to defer to the Master and Property Manager
the matter discussed in the Executive Session, seconded by Jason
Comstock, the motion carried.

August 14, 1997 – No Quorum

September 7, 1997

Ruth Mizuba moved to removed Jeff McCollum from the Road Maintenance
Committee due to excessive absences, seconded by Helene Williams,
a roll call vote was requested by Bob Lerro, there were 3 in favor,
with the 2 temporary members abstaining, the motion carried.

Ruth Mizuba moved to accept Paul Murphy’s resignation, Jason
Comstock seconded, there were 3 in favor, with the 2 temporary
members abstaining, the motion carried.

Ruth Mizuba moved to close nominations for Increment I, Helene
Williams seconded, the motion carried.

Ruth Mizuba moved to close nominations for Increment II, Jason
Comstock seconded, there were 3 in favor, with the 2 temporary
members abstaining, the motion carried.

Ruth Mizuba ask that Bob Lerro considers being involved in
the productive future planning of business for the Road Maintenance
Committee and moved reluctantly to accept his resignation, Jason
Comstock seconded, there were 3 in favor, with the 2 temporary
members abstaining, the motion carried.

September 11, 1997

Ruth Mizuba moved to approve the minutes of June 10, 1997 as
written, Al Smith seconded, the motion carried.

Al Smith moved to approve the minutes of September 7, 1997
as corrected, Ruth Mizuba seconded, the motion carried.

Al Smith moved to extend the budget another month, Helene Williams
seconded, the motion carried.

Al Smith moved to approve approximately $50,000.00 for the
aprons and blind hill project on Paradise Drive between 9th and
11th, Ruth Mizuba seconded, the motion carried.

Al Smith moved to sever the RMC from the Paradise Hui Hanalike
Corporation, Ruth Mizuba seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

October 9, 1997 – No Quorum

November 13, 1997 – No Quorum

December 11, 1997 – No Quorum

January 8, 1998 – No Quorum

February 12, 1998

Al Smith moved to vote on Jeannie Rivera’s nomination to the
RMC, Ruth Mizuba seconded, the motion carried.

Ruth Mizuba moved to NOT increase the road fees to $70.00 as
recommended by the Master/Receiver, seconded by Helene Williams.
The vote was 5 in favor, 1 abstained, the motion carried.

Ruth Mizuba moved that two mailings be prepared, one for the
road fees invoices for 1998, a return envelope, a letter from
the Master/Receiver, a solicitation to be a candidate for the
RMC, and an invitation to join the Hui. The second mailing would
be for the election. Jeannie Rivera seconded, the motion carried
unanimously.

Ruth Mizuba moved that preparation be started, for a professional
study to evaluate the roads of HPP, Al Smith seconded, the vote
was unanimous.

Ruth Mizuba moved to approve the $24,660 contract with Puna
Construction for the painting of stripes and reflector placement,
Al Smith seconded. The vote was 5 in favor, 1 abstained, the motion
carried.

Ruth Mizuba moved to add to the $24,660 contract, the funds
necessary to purchase additional paint to complete the project,
seconded by Al Smith, the vote was 5 in favor, 1 abstained, the
motion carried.

Helene Williams moved to close nominations, Al Smith seconded,
the motion carried unanimously.

Jeannie Rivera moved to approve the Minutes of meetings since
June 1, 1997 until present, and to ratify the results of the motions
that were voted on at those meetings, seconded by Al Smith, the
vote was 5 in favor, 1 abstained, the motion carried.

February 16, 1998

The vote to elect Coco Pierson and Brooks Maloof to the RMC
was unanimous.

March 12, 1998

Jim Erviti moved to approve the minutes of February 12, 1998
as corrected, Jeannie Rivera seconded, the vote was for 4 in favor,
2 abstained, the motion carried.

Jim Erviti moved to approve the minutes of the special meeting
of February 16, 1998 as corrected, Ruth Mizuba seconded, the motion
carried unanimously.

Brooks Maloof moved to reimburse Hank Anderson for the microwave
and $1000 severance pay, Jim Erviti seconded, the vote was 4 in
favor, 2 against, the motion carried.

April 9, 1998

Coco Pierson moved to approve the minutes of March 12, 1998,
Jason Comstock seconded.

Jim Erviti moved to table the motion until the next meeting
of the RMC, Helene Williams seconded, the motion carried.

Brooks Maloof moved to accept the Directors and Officers insurance
policy, Jason Comstock seconded, the vote was 5 in favor, 2 opposed,
the motion carried.

Jim Erviti moved to go into Executive Session to discuss the
matter of personnel, Brooks Maloof seconded, the motion carried.

Jim Erviti moved to resolve to agree with the TMR and Property
Manager’s recommendation that the road crew’s employment be suspended
at this time, Jeannie Rivera seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

May 14, 1998

With the addition of the excerpt transcribed verbatim on the
issue of severance pay to Henry Anderson, Ruth Mizuba moved to
approve the minutes of March 12, 1998, Coco Pierson seconded,
the motion carried unanimously.

Jim Erviti moved to approve the minutes of April 9, 1998 as
corrected, Jason Comstock seconded the motion carried unanimously.

Al Smith moved to approve the minutes of April 9, 1998 Executive
Session, Jason Comstock seconded the motion carried unanimously.

Jim Erviti moved the TMR be requested to furnish the criteria
for providing information be released to members of the committee,
Coco Pierson seconded. The motion carried unanimously.

Jim Erviti moved to send a letter to the Kamehameha School
regarding the traffic which is created by the school, asking them
to:

a. Inform the parents they are creating a hazard for people
along that street

b. They provide traffic control by way of a crossing guard
or other traffic person.

Seconded by Coco Pierson, the motion carried unanimously.

June 16, 1998

Coco Pierson moved that Ruth Mizuba serve as the Chair for
this meeting, and postpone elections to the next meeting, seconded
by Dave Smith, 5 in favor, 1 opposed, the motion carried.

Jim Erviti moved for the approval of the agenda, seconded by
Helene Williams, the motion carried.

Jim Erviti moved to approve the minutes of May 14, 1998 as
corrected, Helene Williams seconded, the motion carried.

Dave Smith moved that Mr. Yoshida look into increasing security,
including lighting, with all reasonable measures necessary to
secure the building, Skip Langell seconded, the motion carried
unanimously.

Jim moved to solicit bids for a contractor with a mowing organization
for at least a year, with the same specifications as in Pro Lawn’s
proposal, Skip seconded. The motion carried unanimously.

Jim Erviti moved to send a letter that we are denying Annette
Haake’s request for repair to her car, Skip Langell seconded,
the vote was 5 in favor, 1 abstained, the motion carried.

Jim Erviti moved to request the Property Manager to commence
an investigation on the possible misappropriation of road maintenance
funds, that the PM investigation take place within her monthly
fee. Les Pedersen seconded, The motion carried unanimously.

Coco Pierson moved to postpone the TMR’s bill until the next
month, for the RMC to receive copies of the bill for review, seconded
by Jim Erviti. The motion carried unanimously.

July 9, 1998

Elections:

The RMC selection from the Hui: 1. Walt Bell 2. Jessie Crawford
3. Arlene Terry.

Selection of mediating committee: 1. Ruth Mizuba 2. Les Pedersen
3. Coco Pierson Alternate: Jeannie Rivera

Brooks Maloof moved to approve the minutes of June 18, 1998
as written, Skip Langell seconded, the motion carried.

Coco Pierson moved that Ruth Mizuba be nominated as the RMC
Chair, seconded by Skip Langell. The motion carried unanimously.

Les Pedersen moved that when the bids are opened by Day-Lum,
with Skip Langell present, if under $150 per mile to award without
future action by the RMC. Skip Langell seconded, the vote was
5 in favor, 1 abstained, the motion carried.

August 13, 1998

Brooks Maloof moved to approve the Agenda as amended, seconded
by Don Tinker, the motion carried unanimously.

Brooks Maloof moved to authorize the mediation committee to
have full negotiating responsibility, seconded by Don Tinker,
the motion carried unanimously.

Brooks Maloof moved to select Wendall Karr as the alternate
to the mediation committee, Coco Pierson seconded, the vote was
6 in favor, 1 abstained, the motion carried.

September 10, 1998

Don Tinker moved to approve the minutes of August 13, 1998,
seconded by David Smith, the motion carried unanimously.

David Smith moved to charge Mrs. Briski one road fee, Jesse
Crawford seconded, the motion was tabled to the next meeting.

October 8, 1998

Brooks Maloof moved to approve the minutes of September 10,
1998 as written, seconded by Jesse Crawford, the minutes were
approved.

Skip Langell moved to not pay reimbursement for the punctured
tire as it happened off the roadway, Don Tinker seconded, the
vote was 5 in favor, 3 against, the motion carried.

Coco Pierson moved to charge Mrs. Briski two times the regular
road fees starting with 1998 fees, seconded by Skip Langell, the
vote was 7 in favor, 1 abstained, the motion carried.

November 12,1998

Coco Pierson moved to approve the minutes of October 8, 1998
as written, seconded by Skip Langell, the minutes were approved.

December 10, 1998

Brooks Maloof moved to approve the minutes of November 12,
1998 as written, seconded by Gerard Silva, the minutes were approved.

Skip Langell moved to recommend to the TMR to follow the bylaws
and budget 5% to the equipment fund. Gerard Silva seconded. Les
Pedersen moved to table the motion until the next meeting, Brooks
Maloof seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

January 14, 1999

Don Tinker moved to approve the minutes of December 10, 1998
as written, seconded by Skip Langell, the minutes were approved
unanimously.

Skip Langell moved to table the motion (Skip Langell moved
to recommend to the TMR to follow the bylaws and budget 5% to
the equipment fund. Gerard Silva seconded.) until the next meeting,
Gerard Silva seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

February 11, 1999

Don Tinker moved to approve the minutes of January 14, 1999
as written, seconded by Brooks Maloof, the vote was 5 in favor,
1 abstained, the motion carried.

March 11, 1999

Don Tinker moved to approve the minutes of February 11, 1999
as written, seconded by David Smith, the motion carried unanimously.

Skip Langell moved to reduce the fee on the residential lot
(adjacent to the church) to one fee amount effective 1999, Jesse
Crawford seconded, the vote was unanimously in favor.

Skip Langell moved to recommend to the TMR to follow the bylaws
and budget 5% to the equipment fund. Gerard Silva seconded. 4
in favor, 2 opposed and 2 abstained, the motion carried.

Skip Langell moved to request from the PM, copies of work orders
and billings from Pristine Products, Coco Pierson seconded, the
vote was 7 in favor, 1 abstained, the motion carried.

April 8, 1999

Jesse Crawford moved to approve the minutes of March 11, 1999
as written, seconded by Don Tinker, the motion carried unanimously.

Skip Langell moved to have an appraisal on the Kabota mower
from a company other than Allied Machinery (who it was bought
from,) Coco Pierson seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

Coco Pierson moved for a resolution that the RMC instruct the
PM that we would like all people who we do business with to comply
with all applicable State, County and Federal laws in the carrying
out of the contract. Seconded by Les Pedersen, the motion carried
unanimously.

May 3, 1999

Skip Langell moved to follow past procedure (of selecting a
Board member for the RMC, and wait until after July 1,) seconded
by Larry Pirtle, the motion carried unanimously.

Skip Langell moved to wait until the regular meeting to elect
the RMC Chair, Jesse Crawford seconded, the vote was 5 in favor,
1 abstained, the motion carried.

Jesse Crawford moved to wait until the regular meeting to elect
the RMC Vice-Chair, Skip Langell seconded the motion carried unanimously.

Warren Mastenbrook moved to delay voting for a Bylaw Committee
until the next road meeting, David Smith seconded, The motion
carried unanimously.

Warren Mastenbrook moved to accept the proposed April 1, 1999
to June 30, 2000 Budget, James Johnson seconded, the vote was
6 in favor, 2 abstained, the motion carried.

May 13, 1999

Jesse Crawford moved to approve the minutes of April 8, 1999
as written, seconded by Don Tinker, the motion carried unanimously.

Don Tinker moved to approve the minutes of May 3, 1999 as written,
seconded by Larry Pirtle, the motion carried unanimously.

Les Whiteley moved to take the budgeted $75,000 from the budget
equipment fund and put it into the road maintenance fund, Don
Tinker seconded, the vote was 1 in favor, 6 opposed, the motion
was defeated.

The vote to select Les Pedersen, Larry Pirtle, Skip Langell
and James Johnson (who volunteered to be the alternate) for the
Bylaws Committee carried unanimously.

The vote to elect Les Pedersen as the Bylaws Committee Chair
carried unanimously.

Les Pedersen moved that the RMC ask the TMR to not spend any
more money on new professional services. To spend road maintenance
funds for grading, mowing, pothole filling, sign repair, trash
removal, and emergencies. Grading only to include renting of graders,
rollers, anything to maintain the roads as has been in the past,
and to hire licensed contractors using their hourly rate on a
monthly bid. Seconded by Don Tinker, the motion carried unanimously.

Les Pedersen moved to ask the PM to take bids for services
only from contractors licensed to do the work, and to get at lease
three bids for all work contracted, seconded by Larry Pirtle,
the motion carried unanimously

June 10, 1999

Don Tinker moved to approve the minutes of May 13, 1999 as
amended, seconded by Larry Pirtle, the motion carried unanimously.

Larry Pirtle moved that the RMC request in writing the current
billing from the TMR, Warren Mastenbrook seconded, the motion
carried unanimously.

Warren Mastenbrook moved to ask the TMR to bill monthly in
order that we can then determine what funds are available for
the next month, seconded by Larry Pirtle. the motion carried unanimously.

July 8, 1999

Jesse Crawford moved to approve the agenda, Larry Pirtle seconded,
the motion carried unanimously.

Don Tinker moved to approve the minutes of June 10, 1999 as
amended, seconded by Warren Mastenbrook, the motion carried unanimously.

Warren Mastenbrook moved to take an inventory of the shed with
three members of the RMC along with hiring Hal Dawes and Glenn
Sambrano as consultants for one day, seconded by Don Tinker, the
motion carried unanimously.

Jesse Crawford moved to be appointed to prepare a letter to
the TMR addressing those concerns, (i.e.) road specifications,
preparing bids for proposals, evaluate responses, selecting and
awarding contracts, and work performance Don Tinker seconded,
the motion carried unanimously.

Skip Langell moved to request from the PM, a letter to the
RMC, explaining why our compressor and tools were taken and used
by her husband for six months, and why there is a conflicting
story of $300 rental vs. exchange for dead horse. Larry Pirtle
seconded, the vote was 4 in favor, 2 abstained, the motion carried.

August 12, 1999

Jesse Crawford moved to approve the agenda, Don Tinker seconded,
the motion carried unanimously.

1. Participation of guests – In order to conduct business in
a timely manner, and to allow guests input, Les presented a Policy
Participation of Guests in Road Maintenance Meetings: The Road
Maintenance Committee appreciates and desires input from the Hawaii
Paradise park lot owners at Road Maintenance Committee meetings.
Therefore the RMC will set aside a period of time at the beginning
of scheduled meetings to allow for input or questions from lot
owners. Lot owners shall be permitted five minutes for such input
or questions. Issues that take a longer period of time may be
submitted to the committee Chair at least seven (7) days prior
to the meeting for consideration for inclusion in the meeting
agenda. In the event the number of people desiring to address
the committee is of such number that it would prevent the committee
from conducting business, the Chair shall have the authority to
limit the period and number of persons wishing to address the
committee. Guests shall not be permitted to take part in discussion
or deliberations of the committee except in special situations
as permitted by the Chair or as moved, supported and approved
by a majority vote of the committee. (See Robert’s Rules of Order
XVI, §49 – Conduct of Business in Committees.) Skip Langell
moved to accept the Policy Participation of Guests in Road Maintenance
Meetings, seconded by James Johnson, the motion carried unanimously.

2. Participation of chair – Policy on Participation of the
Committee Chair in Road Maintenance Meetings: The Chair shall
be allowed to participate in meetings as per Robert’s Rules of
Order, pages 9, 477-78, and 490-91 as pertaining to small boards
and committees. Jesse Crawford moved to adopt the Policy on Participation
of the Committee Chair in Road Maintenance Meetings, seconded
by Les Whiteley seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

August 25, 1999 – Special Meeting

The TMR has presented a report and recommendations as well
as Amended and Restated Bylaws.

Larry Pirtle moved to approve the agenda, Don Tinker seconded,
the motion carried unanimously.

Jesse Crawford moved to adopt his suggested recommendations:

Change Article VIII Section 4(d) to read: (d) If only one
willing and qualified nominee comes forward from within a district
and the nominating committee is unable, despite it’s best efforts,
to identify a second candidate then that nominee will be permitted
to run unopposed. If no willing and qualified nominee comes forward
from within a district and the nominating committee is unable,
despite it’s best efforts, to identify a candidate then the board
seat for that district shall remain open. In that case, it will
be filled in accordance with the normal procedures for filling
seats on the board which become vacant (see Article VIII Section
6).

Change Article VIII Section 7 to read: Section 7. Removal.
Any officer, director or agent elected or appointed may be removed
by the persons authorized to elect or appoint the officer, director,
or agent with or without cause. The removal of anyone shall be
without prejudice to the contract rights, if any, of the person
so removed. Election or appointment of a director shall not,
of itself, create contract rights.

(a) A recall election for a director may be called by a two-thirds
(2/3) majority of the Board, or by a petition of not less than
100 signatures of members from the director’s district.

(b) The recall ballot may contain two statements of one hundred
(100) words or less,
one stating the case for removal of the director and the other
to be submitted by the director.

(c) The director shall be removed on a 2/3 majority of the
ballots returned.

Add to Article VIII Section 11:

(a) Exceptions to the 7-day notification for special meetings
of the board are permitted when action is urgently required to
serve the community interest. In such case however, no such meeting
shall be held until every reasonable effort has been made to
inform and secure the participation of all board members.
(b) Prior to any special meeting, notice shall be provided by
the Association General Manager to members who have requested
to be notified of special board meetings.Maintaining a list of
such interested members shall be part of the job description
of the Association General Manager.

Add new sections to Article XIII:

Section 2: Bylaws Committee: The language of any amendments
to these Bylaws shall be agreed upon and prepared by a committee
of not less than 5 nor more than 10 members in good standing
to be selected annually at a regular or special membership meeting.
Members of the Bylaws committee shall serve until they are replaced.

(a) The language of Bylaw amendments shall first be voted
on by the members in attendance at a regular or special meeting
of the membership and must pass by two-thirds (2/3) vote before
preparation of the mail-in ballot for submission to the general
membership.

Section 3: Minimum Participation: Mail-in ballots representing
at least six hundred (600) votes must be returned by the membership
to constitute a valid election on a Bylaws amendment.

Don Tinker seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

September 9, 1999

Warren Mastenbrook moved to approve the agenda, Gerard Silva
seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

Jesse Crawford moved to ask the TMR to publish the Request
for Proposal with added language on specification for the roller,
Les Whiteley seconded. Warren Mastenbrook made a friendly amendment
to specify size of cinder, which was accepted. The motion carried
unanimously.

Larry Pirtle moved to appoint Jesse Crawford as Chair, Don
Tinker and Skip Langell to a subcommittee to produce the job description,
qualifications and responsibilities of the Association General
Manager, seconded by Les Whiteley. Gerard also volunteered, a
friendly amendment to include Gerald Silva was accepted, the motion
carried unanimously.

Jesse Crawford moved to appoint Skip Langell as Chair, Warren
Mastenbrook and Les Pedersen to a subcommittee to produce a road
plan for the year 2000, Don Tinker seconded, the motion carried
unanimously.

Warren moved to vote to accept the new district plan, Skip
Langell seconded, the vote was 5 in favor, 3 opposed, the motion
carried.

September 22, 1999

Les Whiteley moved to approve the agenda, Don Tinker seconded,
the motion carried unanimously.

Jesse Crawford moved to adopt the amended Bylaws as presented
on September 22, 1999 (Exhibit C.) Don Tinker seconded. The vote
was 8 in favor, 1 opposed, the motion to adopt, the amended Bylaws
carried.

October 14, 1999

Don Tinker moved to approve the agenda, James Johnson seconded,
the motion carried unanimously.

Skip Langell moved to ask the PM to write a grading contract
for Excavation Tech, Les Whiteley seconded. The vote was 8 in
favor, 1 abstained, the motion carried.

Skip Langell moved to authorize grading not to exceed $10,000
per month, Don Tinker seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

Larry Pirtle moved to deny Dr. Grune request for lower fees,
based on our current policy, in a letter from the PM, stating
if the policy changes maybe then the fee would change, Jesse Crawford
seconded. Jesse Crawford offered a friendly amendment, to also
include in the letter that the formulas may be reexamined with
the new Bylaws, which was accepted. The vote was 8 in favor, 1
opposed, the motion carried.

November 11, 1999

Don Tinker moved to approve the agenda, Les Pedersen seconded,
the motion carried unanimously.

Jesse Crawford moved to direct the Road Plan Sub-Committee
to formulate a plan contracting out the work for 2000-2001, and
only repair potholes and do the minimum maintenance necessary,
seconded by Les Whiteley. The motion carried unanimously.

Jesse Crawford moved to endorse the motion to allow the use
of the road shed office by the police as a substation, seconded
by James Johnson, the motion carried unanimously.

December 9, 1999

Jesse Crawford moved to approve the agenda, Don Tinker seconded,
the motion carried unanimously.

Larry Pirtle moved that it is the RMC position that the current
status quo should continue until the new Board is seated, seconded
by Jesse Crawford, carried unanimously.

January 13, 2000

Don Tinker moved to approve the agenda, Larry Pirtle seconded,
the motion carried unanimously.

Jesse Crawford moved to adopt the revised budget for 2000-01,
James Johnson seconded. The motion carried unanimously.

Jesse Crawford moved to approve the homeowners group request
for paving 25th Street, if they bear all cost for preparations
and build to specifications of Ken Long’s revised specs. Les Whiteley
seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

February 10, 2000

No motions log, as there were no motions.

March 9, 2000

Les Whiteley moved to approve the agenda, Don Tinker seconded,
the motion carried unanimously.

Les Pedersen moved that the RMC adopt a policy that disallows
all private activity in our roadways except by prior approval
by the RMC or Board of Directors. To specifically disallow – Installation
of waterlines, plants, trees, walls, rocks and other landscaping,
and parking except for occasional overflow parking. Upon discovering
violations, the policy shall be to first send a letter of warning,
then if necessary a second warning letter stating that if action
is not taken, it will be removed at their expense, and then, if
necessary, we will remove the item(s) and charge the lot owner
for the expenses incurred. Larry Pirtle seconded, the motion carried
unanimously.

April 13, 2000

Don Tinker moved to approve the agenda as amended, Les Whiteley
seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

James Johnson moved to dissolve the Year 2000 Road Plan, and
handle problems as they become apparent. Seconded by Jesse Crawford,
the motion carried unanimously.

May 11, 2000

Warren Mastenbrook moved to approve the agenda as amended,
Les Whiteley seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

Don Tinker moved to approve the minutes of April 13, 2000,
Warren Mastenbrook seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

June 8, 2000 No Quorum

July 13, 2000

Jesse Crawford moved to approve the agenda, James Johnson seconded,
the motion carried unanimously.

James Johnson moved to approve the minutes of May 11, 2000,
Les Whiteley seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

Warren Mastenbrook moved to deny the request for reduced road
fees by the Tenrikyo Puna Church, Les Whiteley seconded, the vote
was 5 in favor, 0 opposed, 1 abstained.

Jesse Crawford moved to adjourn, seconded by Gerard Silva,
the meeting was adjourned at 8:30 p.m.

August 10, 2000 No Quorum

September 14, 2000 No Quorum

October 12, 2000 No Quorum

November 9, 2000

Larry Pirtle moved that the RMC write a letter to the County
stating that Hawaiian Paradise Park Road Maintenance Committee
is in favor of the County assuming control and maintenance of
the roads in order to provide safe access to the lots. Seconded
by Don Tinker, the motion carried unanimously.

Larry Pirtle moved to reaff’rm the RMC vote of approval of
the Amended and Restated Bylaws as voted on September 22, 1999,
Gerald Silva seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

Les Whiteley moved to adjourn, Don Tinker seconded. The meeting
was adjourned at 8:48 p.m.

December 14, 2000 No Quorum

 

January 11, 2001

Larry Pirtle moved that the RMC authorize Mike McMillian to
be the RMC budget chairman, also on the committee Gary Jung and
Jerry Miller to formalize the next RMC fiscal years budget. Les
Whiteley seconded, the vote was 6 in favor, 0 opposed, 1 abstained,
the motion carried.

Don Tinker moved that the RMC approved the HPPOA Amended and
Restated Bylaws as amended by the Court;

to include in Article VI, Section I (a) Lot owners are assumed
to be members of the Association unless the Association receives
from them a written affirmative statement to the contrary. Owners
may join or decline membership at any time. The Association will
notify owners of record of their ability to decline membership
in the Association.

and in Section 2 – Any amendment to these bylaws requiring
mandatory membership dues shall require prior Court approval.

Les Whiteley seconded, the vote was 8 in favor, 0 opposed,
0 abstained, the motion carried unanimously.

Les Whiteley moved to accept Yamada Diversified Industries
bid and do the paving on Maku u and Kaloli, Don Tinker seconded.
Warren Mastenbrook moved to table the paving motion until the
next meeting, Larry Pirtle seconded, the vote was 4 in favor,
2 opposed, 1 abstained, the motion was TABLED.

Les Whiteley moved to adjourn, Don Tinker seconded. The meeting
was adjourned at 9:03 p.m.

 

February 8, 2001

Don Tinker moved the have the Property Manager continue efforts
to obtain an SBA loan for damages caused by the November flood,
Larry Pirtle seconded, the motion carried unanimously.

Jesse Crawford moved to accept the bid from Asplundh Tree Expert
Company to cut the trees, seconded by Don Tinker, the motion carried
unanimously.

Jesse Crawford moved to approve the proposed RMC 2001-2002
budget after modifying the General Manager expense to $65,000,
and recommend it to the Hui Board, Larry Pirtle seconded. The
motion carried unanimously.

Don Tinker moved the General Manager job description be recommended
to the HPPOA Board, seconded by Larry Pirtle, the motion carried
unanimously.

The TABLED motion – Les Whiteley moved to accept Yamada Diversified
Industries bid and do the paving on Maku’u and Kaloli, Don Tinker
seconded, The vote was 0 in favor, 7

opposed, 1 abstained (Les Pedersen), the motion failed.

Jesse Crawford moved to approve to pave the 3.3 miles of roadways,
not pave the mailbox areas, and pave as many aprons as we can
but not to exceed $500,000, seconded by Don Tinker. The vote was
6 in favor, 1 opposed, 1 abstained (Les P.), the motion carried.

Jesse Crawford moved that the dollars spent on the unit price
on the contract with Yamada & Sons be prioritized with paving
as follows:

1. The main road of Maku’u including the petromat fabric. 2.
Aprons on Maku’u. 3. The main road of Kaloli including the petromat
fabric. 4. Aprons on Kaloli. S. Mailbox area.

Gerard Silva seconded, the vote was 7 in favor, 1 abstained
(Les P.), the motion carried.

Warren Mastenbrook moved to adjourn, Larry Pirtle seconded.
The meeting was adjourned at 9:15 p.m.