Waiehu kou phase 3 association

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WAIEHU KOU PHASE 3 is located on the windward coast of west Maui along with phases 1, 2, and 4. This  Hawaiian Home Land site  is situated makai of the Kahikili Highway north of the Waiehu Beach Road intersection. Another  prominent landmark  in the area is the Waiehu Golf Coarse, which is makai of the sub-division, between it and the ocean.

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Waiehu Kou Phase 3, Maui, Hawaii.

 

On January 28, 2005, the Waiehu Kou 3 subdivision on Maui came into existence. The first of 115 homes were turned over to their new owners by the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, (DHHL).

The Waiehu Kou 3 subdivision consists of two-, three- and four-

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1. Bylaws of Waiehu Kou Phase 3 Association Inc.

2. DCCRs of Waiehu Kou Phase 3 Association Inc.

3. Articles of Incorporation of Waiehu Kou Phase 3 Association Inc.

These Waiehu Kou Phase 3 Association Governing Documents are available to our members with an email request to waiehukouphase3association@hotmail.com. Please include in your request your name, Lot number, and street address, and the email address you want .pdf attachment to be sent to. These documents are also available to our members through our management company Commercial Properties of Maui Management, Inc.

Other important Waiehu Kou Phase 3 Association documents:

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                 C/O Commercial properties of Maui management, INc.

To contact us:

             1962 Wells St. Ste. B

Wailuku, Hawaii 96793

 

                 Phone: 808-243-8600

Text Box: Waiehu Kou
Phase 3 Neighborhood Concerns

Member Issues that you would like to bring to the attention of the Board of  Directors. As Directors we are elected and are  responsible to the DHHL leasee on your homestead. We ask if you are serious about an issue or want to log a complaint you identify yourself and become part of a solution. State your concern and include your name, lot, and phone number. Please use one of the below listed methods of contact.

1. online at our email box waiehukouphase3
association@hotmail.com
2. on our website's front page, left side is a turtle icon linked to our blog, on the first blog page right side top is a menu box labeled Links, in it click the choice Contact Me, and leave your message.
3. US mail, Waiehu Kou Phase 3 Association C/O Commercial Properties of Maui Management, Inc., 1962 Wells Street Ste B, Wailuku, HI. 96793
4. all Board of Directors phone numbers are listed on our website and community bulletin board.
5. the Hui Chief network in our neighborhood has also been use to bring your concerns to the Board.
6. we will soon provide a box on the bulletin board to receive correspondence.

Mahalo for your kind attention, 
Roy Oliveira
WKP3A, President

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WKP3 seeks DHHL approval through a ROE (Right of Entry) to start implementing a part of the published DHHL Central Maui Regional Plan and bring the land around the homestead under Association control for community use.

Waiehu Kou Phase 3 Association works to gain access to Land

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WKP3 Design & Review Forms, Approvals Required,

Step #1

All improvements to any exterior of a WKP3 lease requires a completed Design & Review form to be submitted to our Design & Review Committee for approval before any construction is initiated. DHHL Request for Improvements ( step #2) is also required as a prerequisite to any building in this Hawaiian Home Lands DCCR Homestead.

Next Aha Moku o Wailuku meeting for all committees is Monday, June, 30 at Paukukalo Hawn Homes Hall, 6:00pm. Everyone is invited to participate.

Maui OHA meetings

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A major beneficiary backlash to some trustees who did not side with CEO Kamana‘opono M. Crabbe on his "controversial letter" to Secretary of State John Kerry. Clarifications need to be addressed, this is the real controversy. What is the truth?

Text Box: Department of the Interior schedules meetings to review a Nation to Nation Status with a Hawaiian governing body, pay attention the out come will affect you and your ohana for generations. A big question here, where is the State Department who usually represent US interest with other Nations?

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UNITED NATIONS INFORMED OF HAWAIIAN RESISTANCE TO FEDERAL RECOGNITION (and WHY it is important):
"A representative of the [Hawaii Resistance of Federal Recognition] and [Sovereignty and the Effects of Occupation] said the sovereign, independent state of the Hawaii kingdom was never annexed by the United States, rather in 1959 the United States deceived the United Nations into accepting Hawaii as a Federal State when in fact Hawaii was a nation under unlawful occupation. The United States was currently seeking to reduce the status of Hawaiian indigenous peoples. Hawaiians were being denied the right to self-determination and pursued independence and a peaceful resolution of their dire situation." (Source: 
http://bit.ly/1o1mklv)

 

12 August 2014
The United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD)

 

WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT?
If the United States proceeds with tribal recognition of native Hawaiians (as it is expected to do) AND then informs the United Nations that Hawaiians have agreed to relinquish sovereignty & land rights to the United States and organize under its domestic "government-to-government" tribal recognition process, the United Nations will have on record a report which states otherwise AND the U.N. will be petitioned to require the United States to prove that Hawaiians have done so.

UNITED NATIONS INFORMED OF HAWAIIAN RESISTANCE TO FEDERAL RECOGNITION (and WHY it is important):
"A representative of the [Hawaii Resistance of Federal Recognition] and [Sovereignty and the Effects of Occupation] said the sovereign, independent state of the Hawaii kingdom was never annexed by the United States, rather in 1959 the United States deceived the United Nations into accepting Hawaii as a Federal State when in fact Hawaii was a nation under unlawful occupation.  The United States was currently seeking to reduce the status of Hawaiian indigenous peoples.  Hawaiians were being denied the right to self-determination and pursued independence and a peaceful resolution of their dire situation." (Source: http://bit.ly/1o1mklv)

12 August 2014
The United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD)

WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT?
If the United States proceeds with tribal recognition of native Hawaiians (as it is expected to do) AND then informs the United Nations that Hawaiians have agreed to relinquish sovereignty & land rights to the United States and organize under its domestic "government-to-goverment" tribal recognition process, the United Nations will have on record a report which states otherwise AND the U.N. will be petitioned to require the United States to prove that Hawaiians have done so.

Miles Matsumura 

From DOI web site, http://www.doi.gov/whatwedo/firstamericans/index.cfm

"We recognize that a legacy of injustice and broken promises shapes the history of the federal government’s relationship with the American Indian and Alaska Native people. We are therefore working to turn the page on the federal government’s pattern of neglect of this community and, instead, build a strategy for empowerment that helps the tribal nations forge futures of their own choosing."

 

This admitted legacy of injustice can not be redeemed by some unsubstantiated rhetoric  and empty promises when you can go to Indian Country and still see the poverty and corporate intrusion onto their aina that does not benefit the common people. The only ones that benefit is the tribal chairman and his hierarchy, they aren't even called chief any more.

This is why many Hawaiians question FED recognition. This DOI legacy with regards to Native American and Alaskans Trust responsibilities is flawed. Is this what our “tribe” will also be subjected to? The fact that we aren’t even able to get answers to basic question pertaining to our situation shows the inequity of these proceedings.                 R. Oliveira

In an effort to get as much information out to our homestead, Roy has asked me to post some of what I have begun to find answers for.  This first post is from Michelle Kauhane, President of CNHA.  I asked her to explain the divide between the Akaka side and the international side.  Hope this helps.   This is posted with Michelle's permission.    

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1)  What is the great divide between the Akaka side and the International side?

 

The great divide is over the fact that people who advocate for independence will not acknowledge Hawaii as a state because of the illegal overthrow.  Therefore, they believe the State of Hawaii and the US has no jurisdiction and thus, the Hawaiian Kingdom still exists.  Independence people refuse to acknowledge the United States and prefer an international level of collaboration where we would operate as an independent country.   Those who seek independence want the US to pack up and leave Hawaii.  They want the military to withdraw and they want all of our lands returned.  Anything short of that is unacceptable.  They see the US as the occupier and seek decolonization and de-occupation in an effort to restore the Hawaiian Kingdom. 

 

Although I fully understand the history that we have with the United States, those of us who support Federal Recognition (Akaka Bill) have done so because we believe it is the more realistic approach in this day and age.  We acknowledge our history but also accept that we are US citizens and want to keep our citizenship with the United States.  Federal recognition would essentially provide us with dual citizenship as a US citizen and a member of the Native Hawaiian Governing entity.  This is similar to Native Americans who are members of their tribal government but they are also US citizens.   Independence supporters refer to supporters of federal recognition as traitors and sell-outs because we are willing to work within the US law.

 

That is essentially the divide:  the independence movement wants restoration of our kingdom and total US removal while Federal Recognition advocates want the US to recognize Hawaiians as a political entity with rights to govern our own affairs. 

Don’t get me wrong – those who fight for independence should not give up their fight.  I believe they should continue their quest for what they believe in.  However, I don’t believe what they seek is going to happen in my lifetime.  It is not impossible but I am focused on making a difference now.  Our people need better educations, improved health and we need to reduce our representation within the prison population.   There is so much that self-governance through federal recognition could achieve and CNHA has been a long time supporter of the effort.

WKP3 is seeking any others willing to support FED recognition to substantiate with documentation and voice their opinion.

Text Box: CHNA President
Michelle Kauhane
Text Box: FED Recognition for Native Hawaiians

Reinstate Hawaii Kingdom Government

How can this great divide be spanned? What will it take to start bringing the sides together? Where is the documentation that provides proof for contentions posed?

Dr Lynette Cruz and Dr. Keanu Sai talk about Righting the Wrongs; Transitioning from an Occupied Country to a Restored Country  Click Here

‘If they can get you asking the wrong questions, they don’t have to worry about answers.’

Thomas Pynchon, Gravity’s Rainbow

Waiehu Kou Phase 3 Monthly Board of Directors Meetings

Next Scheduled Meeting 09/13/14

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bedroom homes. Of these, 79 were developer-built and the remaining 36, were owner-builder construction. The average size of each lot is 8,000 square feet, with homes ranging in cost from $99,850 to $235,850.

Our community is made up of a diverse cross section of native Hawaiians from Maui, other Hawaiian Islands, and the continental USA.

We enjoy a beautiful, breezy climate with a peaceful life-style. Waiehu Kou is connected by good roads, within close proximity to both Wailuku, the county seat, and Kahului, the commercial hub and main harbor on Maui. The roads north of the sub-division get narrow and zigzag as they pass through Waihe’e town going toward Kahakuloa and Lahaina.

Waiehu Kou Phase 3 and Paukukalo homesteads have joined together in a newly formed affiliation, called the Central Maui Hawaiian Home Lands Regional Organization, (CMHHLRO), whose purpose is to increase the exchange of information and cooperation among interested participants in DHHL’s Central Maui Regional Planning program. Our focus is the development of Pulehunui as a way to generate income for involved homesteads and DHHL’s operating expenses. Waiehu Kou 2 has shown an interest in this organization and we invite the other homesteads of central Maui, Waiehu Kou 1 and Waiehu Kou Phase 4 to join with us and engage in this process that promises to have a significant effect on our future.

We are thankful for Prince Kuhio's vision of returning the native Hawaiian people back to their aina and find truth in the saying, “Maui No Ka ‘Oi”.

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