"What we are saying is don’t wait a year to see if the person has resolved the problem. You get out there in six months. So I think we are sending a stronger message that we as legislators want them to be a little more proactive," said Rep. Cindy Evens.
A new round of noise complaints was triggered this year.
A needy family that Kawamoto is allowing to live in this home began running generators after they told neighbors they had no electricity.
Residents on Royal Place complain the family is subletting the home.
They also worry for their safety. In recent months, police have been called repeatedly to break up fights.
The Kahala Neighborhood Board is scheduled to take up the issue at a meeting later this week.