Ige: Eviction moratorium to end August 6
HONOLULU — The eviction moratorium that has been in place since April 2020 is lifting on Aug. 6, Gov. David Ige formally announced on Thursday.
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Strange how you support the take over of peoples private property? I don’t see a program for landlord rent recovery. You obviously are a fan of stealing liberties due to your poor decision making. Politicians are so misguided these days. The churches that you have turned a blind eye that have been breaking your maximum gathering number have been sources of outbreaks, yet you do nothing. King Covidiot.
It’s about time this draconian policy is over. Although it was done with good intentions in mind, it didn’t respect the hard work of people that saved to buy a second home to secure their futures. This unconstitutional policy of eviction moratoriums will have a worsening effect out the housing crisis. Now that so many landlords can finally remove tenants that haven’t paid rent in over a year and are being forced to sell their income properties due to lack of funds. This will create more home sales that will further drive up median home price and make less rentals available. As rental properties will be transferred to live in owners. Our local politicians really could t of handled this plandemic any worse. From violating our freedoms to pandering to boy tech and the fearful indoctrinated masses. The irony is these misguided policies will only worsen the problems we wish we could fix.