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July 2019

Found 3 blog entries for July 2019.

If you have been following the Hawaii County Bill 108 saga, you know many off island investors have been impacted by the new rules placed on short term vacation rentals on Hawaii Island. Property owners have been fuming for months over the loss of income and opportunity to rent out their homes if they are located outside of the approved resort zoned areas as soon as the law goes into effect in September 2019.

Recently, Oahu went even further to curb the rush to use hosted platforms such as AirBnB and VRBO when it passed an ordinance called Bill 89 on June 25, 2019. The bill was created to stem the negative effects to local neighborhoods where homes were being purchased by investors and turned into vacation homes. From the bill, it states that

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Time to celebrate summer and the best way to do that is to join in on all the celebrations of our nation’s birthday on Thursday! LUVA Real Estate wishes everyone a very happy 4th of July week! Other events of note are the events at the Hulile’e Palace. If you enjoy Hawaiian storytelling and entertainment, you get two chances this month to experience the Aloha!

WHAT: KAILUA-KONA INDEPENDENCE DAY PARADE AND FIREWORKS

WHEN: July 4, 2019

WHERE: Kailua Village (downtown Kona)

The annual Kailua-Kona Independence Day Parade will begin at 6:00pm at the Kekua'okalani Gym, proceed along Ali'i Drive, and finish at the Royal Kona Resort. There will be seven announcer stations throughout the parade. Check www.ParadesInKona.com for locations. Fireworks over

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Photo courtesy of Kona Reef  Looking for the fun for the 4th in Kona? The 24th annual Kailua-Kona Fourth of July Parade will begin at 6pm. If you do it right, you will find a great seat along the sea wall to watch the parade, and then when the fireworks begin over Kailua Bay at 8 pm, you can just spin around and watch the light show! Bring a picnic and make an evening of it. For more information and donations, see Parades in Kona.com.

For adults, the fun can be had at any one of the bars along Alii Drive as most will have a view of the parade as it comes down the street. For the bars along the water front, you can watch the parade AND the fireworks. Gertrudes's Jazz Bar is taking reservations for their view tables as they are on the second floor and look down upon Alii Drive AND

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