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Welcome to the Hawaiian Ranchos Road Maintenance Corporation

Current news

October 30, 2017 Annual Meeting election results. All the items on our ballot passed.

Mats Fogelvik was re-elected for another three year term, and so was Tom Kraft. Brian Lampron was confirmed. Budget and road plan proposal passed. Bylaw amendment passed. The maximum number of members on the board is now 9. A current copy of our bylaws is available for download on our "about us" page.

Mats Fogelvik announced that he will step down as board president. Phillis May was nominated and elected as new president. The other officers stayed unchanged.



Damage control

September 21, 2017

A handful of individuals in our community are creating a lot of problems. They have made a mess out of the Community Association (HRCA, not affiliated with us) Now they are interfering with our work and our current board election, spreading misinformation. If you are getting any mailings from "ranchoswatchdognews@gmail.com", or any other suspicious mailings, please report it to us, and we will forward it to the authorities. See for yourself, we intercepted this email today. We have created a specific page for this matter, Damage control, please read and decide for yourself. We are committed to protect this corporation and this neighborhood from attacks like these.

Our next annual meeting will take place Saturday, Oct 21, 4pm in our office.

The Annual Newsletter has been mailed out. You will notice at our ballot, the return mailing address is St Jude's Church Po Box 6026. The reason is that according to our bylaws the vote count need to be made by an independent, impartial organization. St Jude's Chuch has volunteered to help us with this task, to ensure impartial results.

July 10, 2017 Our board approved minutes are now available to view online if you are interested to see how our volunteer board is working for you.

Nov 29, 2016: Some sad news for Ranchos, our long time board member and founder of HRRMC, Don Nitsche, passed away last month. The same week our past board member Yisrael Gorali also passed away. Both did a lot for this community.


At our annual meeting we had one new board member voted in, Gabe Hechler. Also the budget was passed and that includes a raise of the annual assessment with$20 to $150

April 2, 2016: We have ordered more radio remotes for the Kohala Gate. This time wo got a better supplier. The price is now $30 for a remote.

Feb 15, 2016: The question on our ballot at our latest newsletter, "Do you want Ranchos fully gated, and are you willing to help pay for installation/operation?", the majority voted NO. There is no reason for us to further this issue. If you want to pursue the gate issue further, please contact the community association, HRCA

Feb 10: There has been a crazy rumor spreading that we are tripling our annual fees. NOT TRUE! Just a crazy rumor spread by some confused people.

The History page has been updated with some interesting stuff!

You can now pay your road maintenance fee online. Follow the instructions on the "Pay Online" page.

The office has new hours of operation, see our contact page.

We now have a mail drop box at the office. If you are local, you can drop off mail to us there, when the office is closed. Save a stamp...

The road maintenance work plan is moving along. The fog sealing and striping of all east-west roads from Maile down to Jacaranda has been completed. All the intersections in the same area has been fog sealed, striped and stop bars painted. We added some pictures in the Gallery

The Prince Kuhio Blvd is still open, you can always get in & out of the Ranchos without a gate key. The main purpose of the Kohala gate is to stop unauthorized through traffic in our subdivision