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It is difficult to craft bills.  It is even more difficult to craft bills that have more than just a scolding effect.  On this, you can ask Kailua residents that -- tired of vacation rentals in their backyard -- have attempted to get enforcement of local code.  That's why when I heard that Mayor Caldwell signed into law a bill intended to reduce lean-to housing and chattel in the front yard (think rusted car on cinder blocks), I was skeptical.

I skimmed the bill (attached in PDF below) for important details.  Note that in reading these amendments to current law, items in brackets are repealed and underscored items are added.  I found what I was looking for.  On page 18, Section 10(d)(4), the code is amended to include the following passage:

JUDICIAL ENFORCEMENT "Any person aggrieved by a private nuisance may bring a civil action for damages or for injunctive relief to enjoin such private nuisance.”
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Download this file (Hoarder Chattel BILL052(14), CD2.PDF)Bill052(14) Honolulu City Amendment to Housing Code - Public Nuisance[Nickname: The Gensiro Kawamoto BIll - Bill052(14) Honolulu]735 kBUpdate this file (Hoarder Chattel BILL052(14), CD2.PDF) Delete this file (Hoarder Chattel BILL052(14), CD2.PDF)

Read more: Hoarders Beware the Clause in Honolulu City Bill 52  

On December 20, 2014, Hawaii Kai Marina Community is putting on their 18th annual Festival of Lights.  The boat parade runs from 5:30 to 8:30 in the area between Koko Marina Shopping Center and the Hawaii Kai Towne Center and Hawaii Kai Shopping Center.

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