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|Hawai‘i Housing Authority seeks 10,880 more affordable units
The Hawaii Public Housing Authority announced Monday that it chose a developer for its Ka Lei Momi Redevelopment Project at nine existing housing properties over the next decade and beyond. Star-Advertiser. Civil Beat. Big Island Now. KHON2.
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In Hawai‘i’s Housing Crunch, Tenants Are Vulnerable to Rent Hikes and Evictions. Here’s What They Need to Know.
This overview of renter protections explains what their rights are, where to get help and how Hawai‘i’s laws stack up against other states… read more.
|Report: Despite cooling housing market, O‘ahu rents continue to soar
During the past five years, average studio rents in Honolulu are up 25% to more than $1,600 a month while four-bedroom apartments are up 22% to nearly $3,700. Hawaii News Now.
City officials’ pay raises weren’t included in the budget. Now what?
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Honolulu EMS welcomes 8 new ambulances
State finds new operator for low-income complex
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“Don’t tell me it’s impossible to be a first-time homebuyer in Hawaii. It’s not.”
A good mortgage loan officer knows all those little differences. You have to be a problem solver by nature. That’s really the kind of team we have at CPB…. read more.
|Following HSTA concerns, crews complete mold abatement effort at Hawai‘i school
Holualoa Elementary School students and staff will start the school year with an updated look following a $1.27 million renovation project that addresses campus-wide environmental concerns. Hawaii News Now.
Waipi‘o Valley Road phase one rockfall mitigation work completed
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|Service outage cancels 2 committee meetings
Two Maui County Council committee meetings that had been scheduled for Wednesday had to be canceled due to a service outage of the digital platform that hosts the council’s meeting documents, Presiding Officer Pro Tempore Tasha Kama announced Monday. Maui News.
Conservation land designation resurfaces for discussion in committee on Thursday
Committee agrees to revise proposed renaming of Puamana burial site
|Visitor spending climbs past $1B in 2023 on Kaua‘i
That was up 31.1 percent from $823.9 million in the same five-month period of 2022, and 40.7 percent from $767.6 million in the same five-month period of pre-pandemic 2019. Garden Island.
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