HPP seeks candidates to fill fIve board of directors seats in 2014
Hawaiian Paradise Park is the second largest subdivision in the United States, with a population of about 12,000. HPP maintains its own roads, and has a nine-member board of directors, chiefly to manage this maintenance work.
This year five, or more than half, of the positions will be open either for a full or a partial term.
Homeowners/lot owners are encouraged to be involved in this year’s election — by voting, or by running for a seat or helping with the election. A “get-to-know the candidates” event to be held prior to the election, will give homeowners/lot-owners a chance to engage their district candidates.
Coordinators said many candidates are needed, if there is to be a choice of candidates in each open district. March 14 is the deadline for board candidates to submit applications.
Find more information, including applications, at the website, HPPOA.com, or at the office at 15-1570 Maku‘u Drive.
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