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Real estate panel to meet on Maui

senior real estate specialist, at (808) 586-2643, or toll-free from Maui at 984-2400, extension 62643, at least four working days in advance of the meeting. For more information, see

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The Maui News (function() { var ARTICLE_URL = window.location.href; var CONTENT_ID = '682228'; document.write(''+'\x3C/scr'+'ipt>');})();The state Real Estate Commission will hold its monthly committee meetings Jan10 on Maui as part of its Neighbor Island outreach program, supervising executive officer Neil Fujitani said. The meetings will take place at the Realtors Association of Maui office at 441 Ala Makani Place in KahuluiThe Laws and Rules Review Committee will meet first at 9:30 a.m., followed by the Condominium Review Committee and the Education Review Committee. While the meetings are in progress, the commission also will hold a Specialists’ Office for the Day by appointmentReal estate licensees, condominium owners, educational providers or anyone else interested in real estate issues will have the opportunity to meet with specialists to discuss their concerns. The committee meetings are open to the public and will have set agenda itemsMembers of the commission and the commission’s staff will be present The Laws and Rules Review Committee covers issues related to state laws on real estate brokers and salespersons, professional and vocational licensing law, fees relating to boards and commissions and other related rulesThe Condominium Review Committee deals with issues related to condominiums, including projects and public reports, governance and management and condo association registrationThe Education Review Committee deals with issues that include real estate education, mandatory continuing education curriculum, pre-licensing education curriculum and real estate licensing exams. Individuals requiring special needs accommodations may call Diane Choy Fujimura, senior real estate specialist, at (808) 586-2643, or toll-free from Maui at 984-2400, extension 62643, at least four working days in advance of the meeting. For more information, see try { _402_Show(); } catch(e) {} COMMENTS Local News Correction • Parks applicationsA Maui County parks permit application process is triannual, meaning it happens three times ... Kula man dies of injuries following dirt bike crash A 52-year-old Kula man died Saturday from injuries sustained in a dirt bike crash Dec24 in Kula, Maui police ... Maalaea man arrested after fleeing SUV crash A 22-year-old Maalaea man was arrested after he crashed a stolen Toyota into a sport utility vehicle on ... Officials seek owner of paddleboard found adrift A coat of paint for the new year Scholar shares family’s story of WWII internment at nisei center The Maui News Gail Okawa, a former professor and visiting scholar at various institutions, will share her ...

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