Since 2015, Guardian Self Storage and Managing Partner Thomas Lambert have been building up the company’s second facility in Nawiliwili. At the end of this year, the second phase of construction will be complete.
The Poipu Beach Resort Association has been achieving its goals for more than 35 years, marketing Poipu and Kauai as world-class destinations for over 120 participating members and those advocating for Poipu as a top-notch place to live, work and play, the group said.
Every so often, the news reports on people who deny the legitimacy of the government we have here in Hawaii. “We’re not subject to those laws,” they say, “so we don’t have to follow rules or pay taxes.” It pains me to read stories of people who lost their homes after being told that they didn’t have to pay back their mortgages because the laws under which they were made were invalid in Hawaii.
First Hawaiian Bank Chairman and Chief Executive Office Bob Harrison announced that Sharon Shiroma Brown, First Hawaiian Bank Foundation president and senior vice president in charge of FHB’s Community Relations Division, retires today after 38 years with the bank.
“It’s the economy, stupid,” is a catchphrase made famous by Bill Clinton when he ran for president in 1992 and won.
At the Legislature, I often hear legislators considering proposed tax legislation ask our state Department of Taxation (DOTAX) how much money a certain proposal would bring in (if it’s a “revenue-raiser”) or cost (if it’s a tax credit or exemption).