Maui Seasons For Peace

Bob and Donna Hansen were one of four groups of recipients of the 2017 Maui Seasons for Peace Award for their Community contributions to those in need.  The other awardees were Stacy Moniz, Uncle George Kahumoko Jr., and Elaine Arakaki Reneau.

 

Grid Solar Supply

For a short time, MECO is processing Maui Customer Grid Supply Solar solar applications again, without the need for batteries.  This won’t last long! Right now, you have an opportunity to get your solar PV system pre-approved, and save you thousands of dollars, since you can do it without batteries. If you are even contemplating solar PV, you should submit an application now. This will keep your options open for the next 18 months. Pacific Energy does not charge an application processing fee, like almost all other solar companies. Contact Pacific Energy to submit an application within the next few weeks, to be sure you can take advantage of this opportunity. Please tell your clients, friends and family.
*Disclosure: The owner of Pacific Energy is related to the owners of Maui Luxury Real Estate.

Hospitals Need Workers

Maui County is encouraging applicants interested in employment to apply now. The three public hospitals in Maui County do not want the transition to Kaiser to hold those back whom may be searching for employment.  The transition to Kaiser will take place on July 1.

Over 93% of the employees at the three public hospitals have accepted jobs at Kaiser. Still in need are nurses, nurse aides, lab, physical and occupational therapists, and clerical positions. Those accepting employment now before the transition will begin accruing benefits.

To view the entire article via Maui News here.

 

Rarely Seen Event!

It was Surf’s Up yesterday at Keawakapu Beach in Wailea.  Rarely do you see waves surfable in Wailea and most South Maui shores!

New Construction Kihei Development!

Alexander & Baldwin’s Kamalani project has begun in Kihei! The affordable housing units are expected to be completed this summer!  Phase 1 will include 5 buildings and 35 units.  The master planned community will eventually have 630 units. Prices are expected to begin in the mid $300,000 range. All grading, roadway, curbs, parking lot, and sidewalk work for phase 1 has already been completed.

You can read the entire article here via the Maui News.

Interested or know someone interested in the Kamalani project?  Don’t hesitate! Have them contact the Hansen Ohana today!