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Kauai Mayor Dies Suddenly on Sunday - 06/24/08 03:42 PM
Garden Isle's Mayor Dies Of Apparent Heart Attack:VIEW THE STORY ONLINE Kauai Mayor Bryan Baptiste, 52, died Sunday afternoon of an apparent heart attack, county officials said.Paramedics went to Baptiste's home in Wailua and took him to Wilcox Memorial Hospital, where he died.The mayor had just returned from major heart surgery on Oahu. Baptiste had quadruple bypass heart surgery on June 13 at Queen's Medical Center He was discharged from the hospital on Friday and returned to Kauai Saturday night, officials said. "This is sad news. Mayor Baptiste will be truly missed. He had a pointed sense of humor that made everyone (0 comments)
Realtor Questions to the leaders of Princeville at Hanalei - 06/23/08 10:31 AM
At the conclusion of the Princeville at Hanalei presentation to the community of realtors, questions were taken from the audience. Here is a condensed version of that interaction that will hopefully provide more insight about development and the activities of Princeville at Hanalei, the owners of the Princeville Hotel, the Princeville shopping center, and close to 8,000 acres within the Princeville area.Q: What about the status of the long-promised employee housing?A: Surveys say that employees would rather live in Kilauea. P at H is ooking at site across from the Church of the Pacific in Princeville, and looking at a place (0 comments)
Princeville at Hanalei reveals plans for new lot developments - 06/23/08 02:59 AM
On June 11th, Princeville at Hanalei (formerly known as Princeville Corporation) gave a presentation to a gathering of the North Shore realtors of Kauai to talk about the status of development on the North Shore and specifically the Princeville at Hanalei projects. Jay Furfaro, one of our Kauai County Council representatives, Francis Oda, and Dee Crowell all spoke to the audience and fielded questions at the end of the 40 minute presentation. Jay, whose children are sixth generation Hawaiians, started off the meeting with a little bit of North Shore history that I found most interesting. Jay is the keeper of (0 comments)
I recently attended a one hour free workshop at the State Building in Lihue on the subject of a case study in Photovoltaic (PV). The presentation was deliver by Walt Barnes, an engineer who lives in the Wailua Homesteads, and who works for AT&T labs. Co-incidently, Walt's wife Anne is my fellow in the Rotary Club of Kapa`a AND the director of publicity and marketing for KIUC, the electric company cooperative that sells us our electricity, at greater than 40 cents a kilowatt hour.
Walt took to task to research, design, and engineer a photovoltaic system (0 comments)
The Advertiser reports: ----- Prices of single-family homes on Kauai rose in May, while prices of condominiums slipped. However, the median price for both categories was based on much lower sales volume compared to the same month a year ago, according to statistics from Hawaii Information Service. The median price of a single-family home on Kauai last month was $677,500, which was 19 percent over May 2007 when it was $570,000. (0 comments)
Taste of Hawaii 2008 - Another Great Success - 06/05/08 02:24 PM
This year's Taste of Hawaii held this past Sunday on June 1st at Smith's Tropical Paradise on the Wailua River was a great success. The event continued its greening trend which started several years ago. The last two years all the utensils and cups and trays were bio-degradeable. This year, a local organization called Zero Waste Kauai participated by taking all the food and biodegradeables to compost and separate all the recycleable materials. Over 1300 paid guest and close to 800 volunteers, musicians and chefs filled the park starting early Sunday morning and ending at 4PM. There were 14 music groups (2 comments)
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