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Association Updates Save the Date: November 9. CAI will present the Richard M. Gourley Distinguished COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS Service Award at the INSTITUTE 2012 Annual Meeting. This award recognizes an individual, group or organization for outstanding service to the community association industry as a whole, including CAI Hawaii Chapter. The Hawaii Chapter of the Community Associations Institute serves the educational, business and networking needs of community associations in Hawaii. Members include condominium, cooperative and planned community associations, as well as those who provide services and products to these associations. 488-1133 Save the Date: November 13. The Annual Trade Show this year will include an Aging Buildings Seminar. Vendors book your tables. The event will be held at the King Kamehameha Golf Club. (808) 573-4231 Save the Date: October 11. HCCA is holding its annual Almost Free Legal Advice lunch seminar. Five of Hawaii’s top community association attorneys will be speaking on the hottest topics affecting property management professionals. The line-up includes: Owners Who Don’t Pay by Christopher Shea Goodwin Avoiding Lawsuit Hell by Milton Motooka New Guard Training by Jane Sugimura You’re Fired by John Knorek membership. Mr. Carlisle took care to present as objective a look as to how rail will help alleviate traffic congestion for future generations and Who Let the Dogs Out? by Dan Oyasato 566-2111 Save the Date: October 10. Crime, Security and Act 208 requires classroom instruction and onthe-job training for all guards, agents, operatives and assistants who act in a guard capacity. Panel includes Prosecuting Attorney Keith Kaneshiro, and Spike Denis and Derek Murakami of Securitas Security Services. Save the Date: November 14. Join IREM for its 2013 Executive Council installation and Annual Awards program recognizing the Hawaii Residential Building of the Year, Accredited Residential Manager® Member of the Year and Certified Property Manager® Member of the Year. 536-4736 In the past few months, MRMA has invited local politicians to its membership meetings to weigh in on heavy issues. In June, Mayor Peter Carlisle gave a concise assessment as to why Oahu should have rail to a politely-receptive provide an alternative for commuters along the southern corridor. In August, congressional candidate, Linda Lingle, was the featured guest speaker. She talked about how her eight years as Hawaii’s governor has prepared her the U.S. Senate race. She emphasized how her bi-partisan fashion, will serve Hawaii well in Washington D.C., including her goals to expand tourism in Hawaii, balancing the national budget and to make Congress accountable. 561-9036 The Residential Management Association of Hawaii is a statewide non-profit trade organization that educates, informs and network Hawaii’s multi-housing industry. Save the Dates: October 10, Trash Chutes by Griff Griffin of GOC Technologies October 24, Commercial Doors by Dean Oshiro of Oshiro Doors 561-3410 32 October-November 2012 BMH

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Building Management Hawaii - October/November 2012

New Digs in Kalihi
The Making of an RM
Successful Renovations
Finishing Touch
Just Plug In
Air It Out
Short On Cash?
New Products
Association Updates
Industry News
Movers & Shakers
On Site: Finding Balance

Building Management Hawaii - October/November 2012