News & AnnouncementsThursday, April 11, 2013 03:37 PM
Looking for a fun kickoff to the summer? We are proud to bring you the Waikoloa Village Junior Golf Program 2013! The program will consist of five sessions of golf instruction every Saturday beginning June 15th. Classes will run from 2:30pm to 4:00pm. This program is designed for all skill levels; all kids seven years and older are invited. We only have room for 25 participants, so sign up early! Juniors should expect to learn not only golf skills but also lessons in integrity, sportsmanship, and motivation. The $50.00 registration fee includes 5 sessions of instruction, a shirt or cap, and prizes, awards, and refreshments throughout the camp. Lots of summer fun!
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I want to start a garden, but where do I start?
What kind of bug is eating my tomatoes?
Are there alternatives for spraying pesticides?
My fruit tree flowers, but I never get any fruit.
The University of Hawaii Master Gardener Program provides the public with unbiased, research-based information, and sustainable management practices in tropical horticulture suitable for home gardeners. The Big Island of Hawaii currently has two Master Gardener associations: West Hawaii Master Gardener Assoc. based in Kona and East Hawaii Master Gardeners based in Hilo. For more info, go to http://www.ctahr.hawaii.edu/UHMG/
Do you have your own gardening questions? Following are just a few of the... read moreMonday, June 17, 2013 01:45 PM
Register now for this popular 36-hole Stroke Play Championship at the Waikoloa Village Golf Club on Saturday and Sunday, October 26 and 27. Amateurs only.
Championship Flight: 0-6.4 H.I.
A Flight: 6.5 H.I. and up
Senior Flight: 50 Years+
Super Senior Flight: 60 Years+
For more details, please see the attached flyer, or call the Golf Shop at 883-9622.
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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has provided the following information concerning traffic delays expected on Monday, June 17, between 8:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. on Kawaihae Road for investigation and disposition of military ordnance and explosives in the Sandalwood Subdivision area in Waimea. For more information, please see the attachment.
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Attention, Aqua Zumba enthusiasts! There will be no Aqua Zumba classes on June 19 and June 26. Classes will reconvene beginning Wednesday, July 3, just in time for the holiday! If you have any questions about Aqua Zumba, please call instructor Cecilia Poblete at 936-8714.Thursday, May 30, 2013 09:35 AM
HELCO advised the WVA that they will continue with the replacement of the underground utility lines throughout the Village that began in 2012. The job specification for the next 4 phases were release from the HELCO’s Engineering Department on May 22nd and will be put out to bid in the near future. HELCO plans to hold a meeting with the affected homeowners sometime in the future with a projected date of mid-July. Please reference the attached mapping for the next 4 phases [Phase 7 (blue), Phase 8 (yellow), Phase 9 (green), phase 10 (orange)].
Areas in pink have already been completed.
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The Waikoloa Village Association was provided notice by the US Department of Interior, Fish & Wildlife Division that it was proposing to designate approximately 1,758 acres of WVA land as Critical Habitat for Lowland Dry Ecosystem Species.
As this designation, if allowed to pass, would limit any future development of the designated area, the Board of Directors has voted to fight the designation. The WVA has made a formal request for a Public Hearing on the matter and has retained legal counsel to assist in it to prevent the designation from taking place.
Attached are files related to the Proposed Critical Habitat designation as well as a copy of the WVA’s comments on the matter. Note that the Proposal does not only include WVA lands, but other land parcels here on the... read more
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