After dog bites, fires and vandalism, the Hawaii Community Development Authority cites safety concerns.
Popular with young professionals who see it as hip and up-and-coming, the neighborhood’s transition has come with growing pains.
Homeless encampments grew to about 180 people as the state created the rules for what do with their property when it clears them out. And those rules are already under fire.
Agency’s board discusses the problem for the first time, but doesn’t come up with any specifics for how to deal with it.