Urgent Advisories & Town Meeting Schedule 2019

5:15 – 7 p.m. – Waimea School Cafeteria
Always First Thursdays

September 5
October 3
November 7
No December Meeting

There is no charge to attend WCA Town Meetings and everyone is welcome. However, membership is encouraged and supports our not-for-profits’ modest operating expenses. (We are all volunteers so overhead is extremely low.)

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Pursuit Of Non-Fossil Fuel Energy Options, Little Fire Ants & Girl Scout Camp Kilohana Top Waimea Town Meeting Thurs., May 3, 2018 – 5:15 p.m.

MEETING RECAP:  Mahalo to North Hawai’i News/West Hawai’i Today for this recap of our recent WCA Town Meeting re: exciting renewable energy possibilities for our region and island!  Mahalo to our presenters.



The pursuit of alternatives to burning fossil fuel, the need to get serious about stopping the spread of Little Fire Ants and a community-driven push to restore Girl Scout Camp Kilohana will top the agenda for the Waimea Community Association’s 5:15 p.m., May 3, 2018 Town Meeting in Waimea School Cafeteria.

Attendees are invited to bring possible fire ants they may have found on their property or in potted plants from other parts of the island – frozen please – to be put under a microscope and identified.  This is the best way to be sure they are nasty little fire ants, say experts with the Little Fire Ants Hui and Big Island Invasive Species Committee.  The meeting will include a briefing on Little Fire Ants and what to do if located.

Also included on the agenda will be briefings about two unrelated projects that both involve the pursuit of renewable energy options — Google’s Makani energy kite pilot project and Parker Ranch’s new Paniolo Power partnership with Innergex Renewables USA.

As always, meetings include a briefing on Hawaii County Council business and community safety by Community Policing.

All are welcome.  For more information, go to www.Facebook.com/WaimeaCommunityAssociation, or email Patti Cook: cookshi@aol.com

FOR MORE ABOUT GOOGLE’s MAKANI WIND KITE:  https://x.company/makani/


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