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March 19, 2017
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Reny and Asparo Matcheva use their legally zoned Waikiki vacation rental to supplement their family income and see the growth of such rentals as a boon for tourism. “I think Hawaii’s tourism industry would be in big trouble if vacation rentals stopped. The number of tourists has increased because they have options,” Asparo Matcheva said.