All Photos as of March 27th, 2019

"When you are here, you are home!" Quote from Lilly Donohue CEO Holiday Retirement

BEFORE AND AFTER photos of the renovation of Hawaii Kai Retirement Community by Michael Weider GM, Lori S. Colwell RM, Laura Morton RM & Lilly Donohue CEO. Renovation began on September 2017 with the removal of all the framed artwork in the entire property. As of March 27th, 2019 General Manager Michael Weider & Holiday Touch Retirement improvements?

Breach Of Contract

Urine Smell Coming From Residents Unit & Hallway Carpet
​Management Has Ignored For One Year And Is

Not Honoring Contractual Agreement With All Other Residents!
Management Is Neglecting Their Duties To Oversee And Monitor Residents Care & Well Being

Breach Of Contract

The first question, before we ask about the ongoing maintenance issues is this: WHY IS IT THAT WHEN A MAINTENANCE ISSUE IS BROUGHT UP AT A COUNCIL MEETING, IT DOES NOT GET ADDRESSED AND RESLOVED?   In the contractual agreement under, 2. Basic Services (c) it states “Maintenance of Common Areas and Grounds.  We (as in Holiday) will maintain all common areas and grounds at the community. That’s on page two.  On page one under 1. Services, (e) Maintenance and Repairs it states “You (as in the resident) agree to keep your Unit and its appliances, fixtures, and accessories in a clean, sanitary and safe condition. You also agree to notify us of any condition requiring repairs.  We will make all necessary repairs to your Unit.  You will be responsible for maintaining and repairing your personal property.  We will charge you for repairs for damage caused by you or your guests (beyond normal wear and tear).”

 All the issues below come straight from the Makai Resident council minutes.  The dates from where the issues come from will be referenced rather than using footnotes.  All the minutes have been scanned so information may be verified. 

 Could these long outstanding maintenance issues be considered a breach of contract?   

This video was posted to Youtube by Michael Weider on April 10th, 2018