Koke`e Cabin Squatter Case Highlights DLNR’s Property Management Defects
What happens when the state Department of Land and Natural Resources doesn’t have sufficient staff to properly manage its properties and permits?
In 2015, agents on loan from the department’s Land Division helped the Division of Boating and Ocean Recreation — which had been without a property manager for years — discover that more than two dozen of its revocable permits hadn’t been officially renewed since at least 2011 and that rents had been set piteously low for no apparent reason.
More recently, having acquired two new property . . .
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