Saturday, April 25, 2009

They're not comin' back?

Well, this is interesting. The first shoe drops. How about the other shoe? Of more interest will be what happens to the monthly payments due to DOT, the explanation for that, and what DOT does about that relative to the Harbors Operating Agreement beyond the fact that with the Court's reversal at a minimum the Kahului Harbor portion of the Harbors Operating Agreement should now be considered voided until the Chap. 343 EIS is done. And again this begs the question for new scoping meetings for the Chap. 343 EIS. If not this kind of vessel, then what kind?


Advertiser Staff

Waterfront Partners sued Hawaii Superferry in Circuit Court today, alleging that Superferry has failed to pay $51,310 in rent on its leased headquarters at One Waterfront Plaza.

The landlord alleges Superferry stopped making lease payments on March 20, the day after Superferry ceased operations in Hawai'i because of a state Supreme Court ruling...

In the complaint filed with the court yesterday, the landlord accuses Superferry of breach of contract and unjust enrichment. The suit alleges Superferry leased the office space through July 2013.

Superferry officials could not be reached for comment.

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