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Historic Ala Moana Pumping Station
The KIA Board would like to thank Glenn Takeuchi for his many years of dedication to the Kakaako Improvement Association as a member of the Board. He is retiring at the end of June from KIA member Servco Pacific, Inc. to care for his parents.
Taking Glenn’s place on the Board of Directors will be Peterson Rosario, with KIA member GSB Hawaii. He is the KIA webmaster, having created and up-kept it since its inception, and lays out the monthly KIA newsletter. He has been on the KIA Invitational Golf Tournament Committee and provided the video and photos. Peterson has been volunteering for KIA all these years, is greatly appreciated, and will be an asset to the Board.
The KIA website had 955 sessions compared to 356 last month, with 919 compared to 344 users, and there were 1,985 page views compared to 1,028. There were 95.7% new visitors and 4.3% returnees in the past month to the KIA website.
KIA Member News
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The MD class of 2017 will be in “Transition to Clerkship, at the John A. Burns School of Medicine starting in mid-June, as they prepare to rotate through the partner clinical settings this month. Plus, right around the corner, the MD Class 2019 will enter in July — with a new record-size class. Sixty-eight men and women are getting their acceptance letters. Please click http://us3.campaign-archive2.com/?u=8535f3162487b6e646490750d&id=c2dd7c5b1e&e=[UNIQID] to view the JABSOM eNews for June 2015.
Visit the KIA website at www.kia-hawaii.org to view the June 2015 HCDA Newsletter for an update which includes: Bronx Pro Group to develop affordable micro unit housing at 630 Cooke Street, third round of open house meetings to discuss the Kakaako Makai Area Parks Active Use Facilities Master Plan, and rejection of Ward Village's request to allow rentals at it’s 988 Halekauwila Street project.