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Health care on agenda for WCA (Nov. 7)

MEDIA RELEASE The possible affiliation of Queen’s Health Systems with North Hawaii Community Hospital (NHCH) will top Waimea Community Association’s (WCA) Town Meeting agenda at 5:15 p.m., Thurs., Nov. 7, 2013 in Waimea School cafeteria. The entire community is invited to all WCA Town Meetings, and there is no charge for membership, though donations are […]

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Loose dogs, electric bills at Waimea town meeting (Oct. 3)

MEDIA RELEASE Trouble comes in many forms in rural upcountry Waimea – and the 5:15 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3 Waimea Community Association Town Meeting in Waimea school cafeteria will discuss two very different but troubling issues impacting the community – loose dogs and the high cost of electricity. First will be a panel discussion on […]

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Three projects on Waimea agenda (Sept. 5)

MEDIA RELEASE Three important-to-Waimea projects will top Waimea Community Association’s Town Meeting agenda at 5:15 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 5 in Waimea School cafeteria. As always, the entire community is invited and there is no charge. Projects include: * Keoki Magoon’s long planned Greenwood Center, which will soon begin construction on vacant land across Mamalahoa Highway […]

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Kenoi, cabinet top Waimea town meeting agenda

MEDIA RELEASE Hawai’i County Mayor Billy Kenoi and his cabinet – which includes a number of new department directors – will top Waimea Community Association’s Town Meeting agenda at 5:15 p.m., Thurs., July 11 at Waimea School Cafeteria. This meeting date reflects a change in WCA’s usual first-Thursday schedule to avoid the busy Independence Day […]

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WCA meeting to review county sign ordinance (May 2)

MEDIA RELEASE Signs. You gotta love ‘em and hate ‘em…they’re essential for businesses and organizations to get the word out to potential customers, and they can sure be an eyesore and even dangerous distractions to drivers. Hawaii County updated its sign ordinance in 2008 but in recent months, Waimea Community Association has received numerous queries […]

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Army Corps of Engineers on WCA agenda

MEDIA RELEASE Historical video footage of WWII military training that occurred in what today is known as the Former Waikoloa Maneuver Area —which encompasses a large portion of Waimea, Waikoloa and the coastline — is part of a new safety video that will be shown the by Army Corps of Engineers at the 5:15 p.m., […]

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Legislative issues top Waimea Community Association agenda (Feb. 7)

MEDIA RELEASE Hot issues and community funding priorities for Waimea and North Hawaii will top the Waimea Community Association Town Meeting Agenda at 5:15 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 7 in Waimea School Cafeteria. The district’s elected public policy makers – Sen. Malama Solomon and Rep. Cindy Evans – will provide an overview of the session, including […]

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Waimea Christmas Parade seeking family photos

MEDIA RELEASE Waimea Preservation Association (WPA) will host an Open House, photo display and share stories of Waimea Christmas Parades over the years, stretching back to the first parade in 1960. The open house and display will be shared with the community on Saturday, Dec. 1, the same day as the 52nd Annual Waimea Christmas […]

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Hawaii Public Radio set for North Hawaii debut

MEDIA RELEASE All permits are in place and most of the funding required is, as well, for Hawaii Public Radio to introduce its second “stream” – HPR-2 – programming to North Hawaii residents, and this exciting news will headline the 5:15 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 1 Waimea Community Association Town Meeting in Waimea School Cafeteria. As […]

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Candidates on hot seat for Waimea forum (Oct. 10)

MEDIA RELEASE Candidates vying for votes in four hotly contested North Hawaii races for public office will face off during a non-partisan forum beginning at 5:15 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 10 at Waimea School Cafeteria. All candidates in the four races have been invited and the following have confirmed participation: * U.S. Senate: Linda Lingle; * […]

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North Hawaii groups co-host ‘speed dating’ forum (July 12)

North Hawaii groups co-host ‘speed dating’ forum (July 12)

MEDIA RELEASE North Hawaii voters are urged to mark their calendars for 4 p.m. Thursday, July 12 to participate in a second ‘speed dating’ voter education candidate forum at Waimea School Cafeteria. As with the previous well-received “speed dating’ forum, this one also will be co-hosted by a total of 12 North Hawaii organizations – […]

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Meeting on NHCH maternal care program (May 1)

Meeting on NHCH maternal care program (May 1)

MEDIA RELEASE Waimea and North Hawaii residents are invited to a facilitated discussion about the future of North Hawaii Community Hospital’s Waimea Women’s Center and its maternal care program at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 1 at Parker School Theatre. Coordinated by Waimea Community Association, the meeting will begin with Friends of the Community Hospital Ohana, […]

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Waimea Community Association meets April 5

Waimea Community Association meets April 5

MEDIA RELEASE Three hot topics – learning to become “self-reliant” during times of emergency, an update on North Hawaii Community Hospital including its Women’s Center, and a briefing on the recent criminal stripping of bark that will kill several magnificent Waimea Park koa trees – will top the Waimea Community Association’s (WCA) Town Meeting agenda. […]

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'FireWise' presentation at Waimea town meeting (March 1)

‘FireWise’ presentation at Waimea town meeting (March 1)

MEDIA RELEASE The recent 80-acre fire that caused evacuations in Waikoloa has prompted Waimea Community Association to schedule a FireWise program presentation at its 5:15 p.m., Thursday, March 1 town meeting in Waimea School Cafeteria.  FireWise teaches communities how to adapt to living with wildfire and encourage neighbors to work together to prevent losses. […]

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