State settling 23-year litigation over Hawaiian homelands for $328 million.
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|State settling 23-year litigation over Hawaiian homesteads for $328 million
Leona Kalima and two other named plaintiffs filed the lawsuit in state court alleging that the state Department of Hawaiian Home Lands had breached its fiduciary duty by not awarding homestead lots on a timely basis to qualified applicants. Star-Advertiser. Civil Beat. Hawai‘i Public Radio. Hawaii Tribune-Herald. Big Island Now. Maui Now. Hawaii News Now. KHON2. KITV4.
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|Mayor Rick Blangiardi signs short-term rental bill
The measure will lengthen the minimum stay in most cases to three months from 30 days — making Honolulu among the toughest cities in the country for vacation rentals. Star-Advertiser. Civil Beat. Hawai‘i Public Radio. Hawaii News Now. KITV4.
City to offer interest-free loans to help residents cover home down payments
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|Mauna Kea proposal now pushes UH away from oversight
A proposed draft compromise creates an 11-member Mauna Kea Stewardship and Oversight Authority with responsibility over the entire mountain, including the astronomy precinct. Star-Advertiser. Tribune-Herald.
Water bills to increase
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New barracks unveiled at Pohakuloa Training Area
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|Proposals call for tax cuts for some homeowners
Maui County families who reside in their own home could potentially see property tax cuts under proposals being hammered out in the budget in the coming weeks. Maui News.
The Maui County Council will hold a public hearing on property tax rates at 6 p.m. Wednesday. Maui News.
County to handle improvements fronting affordable project in Kīhei
Maui County will be responsible for building sidewalks and other improvements fronting the 40-unit Hale Kaiola affordable housing project after the requirement was originally imposed on the developer. Maui News.
50,000 more Hawaiʻi locations getting ultra fast internet, including on Lāna‘i and Moloka‘i
Fioptics is Hawaiian Telcom’s ultra-fast fiber-to-the-premises internet service. More than 215,000 homes and businesses have access to Fioptics service today. Maui Now.
|Increased KPD budget proposed
Kaua‘i Police Department Chief Todd Raybuck presented the proposed KPD budget before the Police Commission Friday, requesting an increase of more than $1.4 million over last year. Garden Island.
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