Vacation rental nightmare
At the Maui County Council Planning Committee Meeting held on August 15, 2005, Maui County Mayor Charmaine Tavares states: "We're not here talking about shutting down vacation rentals or stuff like that. via Haleakala Times
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#1 Apr 30, 2008
Well, a number of VR have been shutdown and at least one is in foreclosure and or bankruptcy. However, it seems as though the hammer has stopped swinging in the moment as I've notice that many VRs are back in operation or never stopped. Was this a case of targeting certain owners? If so, who was and why were they targeted becomes the question?
#2 Apr 30, 2008
Have you noticed all the mini hotels, there is one on the corner of Kuiaha & Kaupakalua.....I am tired of all these people staring their hotels in our neighborhoods.
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