The reported government handling of the Maui fire cleanup raises significant concerns about delays and restrictions, leaving affected residents frustrated and stranded. The slow progress, limited clearing capacity, and the apparent bureaucratic hindrances contribute to a distressing situation for those seeking to rebuild their lives. The need for urgent and efficient action is evident, and the lack of media coverage on this matter is disheartening, potentially leaving affected communities overlooked and unheard.
🚨 GOVERNMENT SLOW-WALKING MAUI FIRE CLEANUP
Maui County is REFUSING to let residents who lost their homes in the fire to clear their own property—let alone rebuild.
The government is only letting THEIR contractors into the burn zone to clean up.
The biggest problem is, at the… pic.twitter.com/8ivQwGBAwR
— Nick Sortor (@nicksortor) February 5, 2024