Tensions rise over parking at HBR
LIHUE When Ian Jung, the lawyer representing the Association of Apartment Owners of Hanalei Bay Resort pulled the microphone away from Jimit Mehta mid-sentence, it became clear that what they were discussing the number of parking spaces at HBR was a heated issue.
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It’s funny how parking somehow worked years ago when there was a lounge and restaurant on site. More regulations ……not needed.
Meanwhile, we await county attorney presenting documents of black pot county “ownership” and may as well show us HBR title as well. I am positive their are flaws that even Jung cannot dismiss. Pay Attention is all i asked from before the 2018 Kauai mayoral gig, that even Gabbard said to “Boycott rigged” as I have been stating for fifty years. Now, it is simple, “I told you so”