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Honolulu City Council passes bill to crack down on ‘monster’ homes

  • CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / 2017

    Critics say outsize homes built in older neighborhoods overburden street parking and infrastructure and are often used as illegal rentals, vacation homes or other nonconforming businesses. Above, this house on Houghtailing Street in Kalihi has 28 bedrooms.

A bill aimed at addressing the issue of “monster” houses in the long term won final approval from the Honolulu City Council Wednesday. Read more

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