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Waikiki hoteliers, industry resist sea level legislation

  • JAMM AQUINO / 2021
                                A bill introduced by Council Chair Tommy Waters would mandate that hotels built on a shoreline lot in the Waikiki Special District have a structural inspection performed within three years of the bill’s adoption and every four years thereafter.

    JAMM AQUINO / 2021

    A bill introduced by Council Chair Tommy Waters would mandate that hotels built on a shoreline lot in the Waikiki Special District have a structural inspection performed within three years of the bill’s adoption and every four years thereafter.

  • STAR-ADVERTIER / 2020
                                <strong>Jerry Gibson: </strong>
                                <em>President of the Hawaii Hotel Association noted that extensive building audits are already performed </em>

    STAR-ADVERTIER / 2020

    Jerry Gibson:

    President of the Hawaii Hotel Association noted that extensive building audits are already performed

Due to concerns over sea level rise, a Honolulu City Council resolution seeks greater regulation over the inspection and maintenance of Waikiki’s shoreline hotels. Read more

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