Condo residents upset with plan for park maintenance (HI)

Maui Sunset condominium residents expressed concern after learning about the possibility of the county taking over maintenance of the entire adjacent Waipuilani Park, a portion of which has been maintained by the condo owners without charge to the county for decades.  While praising the work of the county parks department, condo residents say the county does not have the budget or the manpower to care for the park like their condo landscaping crew does.  “The park hasn’t always been pristine. There used to be horrible grass and burrs in the grass. It was unacceptable and our gardener worked his magic,” said condo resident Jon Fults, who with his wife, Lois Jean, has owned a condo at Maui Sunset for 33 years.    Read the article…………..

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