Honolulu considers limits on hotels converting units to condominiumsHONOLULU – The Honolulu City Council is considering limiting hoteliers from converting hotel rooms to condominium units. The Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported Thursday ( http://bit.ly/1fWqfBv ) that the council advanced a bill unanimously that would require hotel owners to get permits if they want to convert 20 percent or more of their rooms to condos.
Hawaii Couple To Receive $1.2M Condo SettlementA couple will receive nearly $1.2 million to settle their lawsuit against a Molokai condo association. Jim and Nancy Bevill claimed they became targets for abuse after attempting to elect new board leaders for the Ke Nani Kai Condominium.
Clothesline Bans Void in 19 States | Sightline DailySurprise! For millions, state laws hang community rules out to dry. As we and others have said, hundreds of thousands of people across Cascadia-and tens of millions across the United States-live where homeowners associations (HOAs) (or apartment or condo rules) ban clotheslines.