Landscaper May Finally Pay State Its Nearly Half A Million Dollar Debt
An ill-timed auction. An effort to give a Waimanalo animal shelter time to relocate after its lease expired. Alleged verbal instructions from state land agents to the new tenant to not pay rent.
These are just some of the actions over the past decade or so that have left the state Department of Land and Natural Resources with unpaid rent, fees, and interest totaling $466,825, and about another $200,000 in the hole for foregone rent and property improvement costs. It’s also reportedly caused Landscape . . .
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