Check out the 2015 Aloha Estates Association Newsletter and Invoice.
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Volunteer clean-up day planned
On Aug. 7, 2014, Hurricane Iselle hit the northeast Puna District of Hawaii Island. Aloha Estates suffered power loss for over three days.
Power lines, transformers, and trees fell, blocking the main entrance to the subdivision on Mauna Kea Drive. Heavy rains washed out Mauna Loa Drive (Volcano-side of the subdivision), leaving behind deep crevices, rendering the road unsuitable for vehicle traffic.
Area volunteers, as well as County and HELCO crews, cleared debris. A County investigator recently came to assess the damage on Mauna Loa Drive, which continues to be a road in limbo.
Further updates will be released when they become available.
On Saturday, May 30, at 8 a.m., volunteer neighbors will meet to help clear brush that is fronting Mauna Kea Drive. Those who want to help should meet at Mauna Kea Drive and ‘Ōhia Nani Road (Road 1).
Please come and help – Many hands get the job done fast.