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Editorial: Accountability lacking at MCCC

Three years ago, after the state had already spent close to $14 million on consultants and design and engineering services to relocate Maui’s overcrowded and rundown Wailuku jail to a larger facility in Puunene, the project was relegated to back-burner status as Gov. David Ige pushed for plans to relocate another jail beset with the same sorts of problems. Read more

An ear-popping mess for Waiea

In the latest legal clash over the quality of the 3-year-old Waiea tower in Ward Village, an association of condo owners last week filed a lawsuit against the general contractor, asserting that due to various defects, the building is falling far short of promised sophistication and luxury. Read more

Editorial: Involve public in air tour updates

Currently, the rules governing helicopter and fixed-wing air tours over the airspace of the islands are largely limited to those in the Hawaii Air Tour Common Procedures Manual, a Federal Aviation Administration document that was issued in 2008. Read more

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