Honolulu’s Director of Planning and Permits is reviewing a controversial residential construction case on Oʻahu. It involves demolishing structures on a 19,000 square foot lot and building what neighbors fear is a monster house. “It’s a shame,” said Patrick Watson, a longtime resident of Sierra Drive in Kaimukī. “This isn’tRead More →

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Outdoor operating spaces have become common items on the streets of San Diego and have proven to be lifeguards for many restaurants and businesses that have survived the coronavirus pandemic. “It kept things going,” Thomas Patterson, manager of The Barn in North Park, told Parklet Food Spaces. “All the seatsRead More →