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LANDLORD WOES On Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, a home rental agreement took an X-rated turn when Leah Bassett, artist and longtime resident of Aquinnah, unknowingly leased her home to an employee of Mile High Distribution Inc., a pornography production company. In September 2014, the Boston Globe reported, Joshua Spafford approached Bassett about renting her home from … [Read more...] about NOTW: X-rated landlord woes, bad drivers and the Great Ham Bombing of ’18
Eh Brah, please allow others who are late or in a rush to pass on the far left lane. Let the police deal with the ones who are speeding or can’t leave for work at decent hour and arrive to work early and rest before your hard day at work. We have no right to get in the way of anyone who lives their life by beating the clock or in a rush. We who relax and enjoy life should stay … [Read more...] about Eh Brah: Let people who are in a rush pass on the left!
Filing a request under Hawaii’s Uniform Information Practices Act (UIPA), MauiTime has obtained a copy of the Maui Police Department’s policy regarding its deployment of body worn cameras (BWCs). While I was reporting our Nov. 29, 2017 cover story “What Happened To Accountability,” MPD public information officer Lt. Gregg Okamoto told me the policy was publicly available, but … [Read more...] about Analyzing the Maui Police Department’s policy governing body worn cameras
And now for a subject that I’m sure is near and dear to your heart: public employee pensions and health benefits. I know, I know–there’s nothing sexier than pouring over actuarial tables on how we actually pay for the benefits for the state’s 120,000 or so public employees, but someone’s gotta do it, right? For the few of you out there who don’t find such subjects fascinating, … [Read more...] about Hawaii Legislature has fun with unfunded liabilities