About half a year ago, we wrote about some limited liability companies formed by our Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA). These companies received cash and property, including 1,600-plus acres of land in Waimea Valley, from OHA. The question we raised at the time is whether the LLCs can credibly claim that they don’t have to follow laws that apply to the rest of government, such as the open records laws.
“Around chocolate, everybody has a smile.”
Fred Hornbruch has been an entrepreneur since the age of 10.
HILO — Another study will be needed before the former Uncle Billy’s Hilo Bay Hotel site can be redeveloped.