Low-Income Housing in Honolulu

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Honolulu's low-income housing will benefit from up to $3.8 million from federal stimulus funds.  A total of $9.7 million in funds will be made available to the State of Hawaii for low-income housing.  Kukui Gardens and other low-income affordable housing will receive funds from the Stimulus Package signed into law by President Obama.  These stimulus funds will allow housing developers to purchase and begin construction of low-income apartments.  The funds will help to replace state housing tax credits, which faded with the the economic meltdown.  It is expected that 100-160 constructions jobs will be created by the projects created from the funds.  Hiring for the jobs created will begin as soon as the federal funds are received.


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Talk about funding , lets talk about the low income housing rentals run by crooked

property management companies , such as Cambridge Management Inc., who after 4 yrs

was found to be unlicensed , forfeited ,then terminated and continued to operate falsely without

a license or a licensed broker ,in fact, they filed or a license as a broker when the owner of the co.,

was not registered or licensed , running a low income housing facility for seniors , handicapped ,

disaabled , and families on welfare programs . including unlicensed property managers and

unlicensed maintenance employees .    lets see if you can top this one , here on oahu.  

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