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Historic Ala Moana Pumping Station
KIA General Membership Meeting
The first General Membership Meeting in 2017 for the Kakaako Improvement Association was held on Wednesday, January 25th at the Ward Warehouse Kakaako Conference Room. A big Mahalo goes to Howard Hughes Corporation for providing the room for almost fifty attendees. The bento lunch was absolutely delicious (and huge) from Karen’s Kitchen, who also provided bottled water….Mahalo, Karen. The third very important person to be thanked was KIA Board member Peterson Rosario who video taped the meeting, took still pictures, and had the equipment ready for our two guest speakers to do a powerpoint presentation.
Steve Sullivan, KIA President, was the MC of the meeting and introduced Dr. Brennon Morioka, Deputy Executive Director for the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART), and Garrett Kamemoto, Community Outreach Officer for the Hawaii Community Development Authority (HCDA). View the entire meeting above or on YouTube at https://youtu.be/j-k6UVJu1wk.
Announcements made by Steve were regarding the upcoming KIA events:
Welcome to KIA
Village Bottle Shop and Tasting Room
Beer cafe and retail bottle shop
675 Auahi Street, Suite 121
Honolulu, HI 96813
P (808) 369-0688
677 Ala Moana, #606
Honolulu, HI 96813
P (808) 532-6155
F (855) 288-9339
KIA Member News
The Hawaii Children’s Discovery Center will be having a busy February with four events for the keiki. The month’s activities start with Kids in the Kitchen with have a culinary adventure as they make chocolate chip scones on February 11th & 12th. There will be a Heart-Y Party on Tuesday, February 14th to celebrate the little sweethearts on your life with special crafts and sweet treats. The Tooth Fairy Fun Day is Sunday, February 26th, and a Mardi Gras Celebration will be held on February 28th. For more information, call 524-5437.
MAHALO for 2017 Renewals
Choate Hawaii Real Estate
First Hawaiian Bank
Stanford Carr Development, LLC
KONE Elevators & Escalators
Obun Hawaii Inc.
Smart Money Inc
Benefits of renewing with KIA for 2017 are:
KIA acts as the voice of its members to the Legislature, State and City administration and the Hawaii Community Development Authority (HCDA). We will represent your community interests and save you time.