(BIVN) – Several Hawaii Island residents testified on the Hawaii County Council’s proposed short-term vacation rentals bill on Monday. The meeting was held in Kealakehe in West Hawaii, but an assortment of viewpoints were shared at multiple videoconference sites.
Bill 108 will amend the county code in order to define “where short-term vacation rentals would be allowed, establishes regulations for their use, and provides a way for an owner or operator to obtain a nonconforming use certificate that would allow them to operate in a non-permitted district.”
The Hawaii County Council Planning Committee once again postponed taking any action on the measure until July.
by Big Island Video News
HILO, Hawaii - The Hawaii County Council Planning Committee once again postponed making a decision on Bill 108, after hearing from an assortment of views on the proposal.