Developer faces more litigation

A real estate developer, whose long-delayed timeshare proposal on Kauai faces mounting financial trouble, is struggling to cover debts on projects on the mainland as well.

Forever Young Brothers

Numbers say a lot about the impact of Young Brothers in Hawaii. Start with 119. That’s how many years it’s been doing business in the Aloha State.

Judgments aren’t necessarily the end of litigation

Several online travel companies engaged in protracted litigation against the state Department of Taxation over whether and to what extent they are liable for Hawaii general excise and transient accommodations taxes on hotel accommodations that they sold to third parties on their respective platforms.

Waipouli developer defaults again

The company behind a timeshare development in Kapaa which recently defaulted on a $10 million loan to finance the project is now being sued by a public relations firm for nearly $75,000 in unpaid monthly fees.

Recycler on the move

After 38 years in Nawiliwili Harbor, Reynold’s Recycling Inc. will be relocating to the Kauai Resource Center on Ahukini Road.

Timeshare developer defaults on loan

The corporation that owns 21 acres adjacent to the Courtyard Marriott in Kapaa has defaulted on a loan it took out two years ago to finance the construction of a 330-unit timeshare development called the Coconut Beach Resort, according to loan foreclosure documents filed in Fifth Circuit Court earlier this month.

Good reason to ‘Gather’

When Phil Fudge arrived late for the grand re-opening celebration of Gather Federal Credit Union’s Kapaa office on Saturday morning, he received a standing ovation.

Trio re-elected to KIUC board

Kauai Island Utility Cooperative’s incumbent directors Calvin Murashige, Jan TenBruggencate and Peter Yukimura have been re-elected to the KIUC board. These three directors will each serve three-year terms ending March 2022.