Kaimuki ‘Hoarder House’ Undergoes Clean-up Project

The so-called “hoarder house” in Kaimuki, Honolulu, finally got the cleaning that neighboring homeowners have long awaited — for 15 years to be exact.

After the owner of the said house received $189,000 in citations, the City Department of Planning and Permitting proceeded with the cleaning and decluttering project. Deputy Director Art Challacombe said that its 73-year-old owner, Laura Matsuzaki, is nowhere to be found.
“It looks like she likes clothes. A lot of clothes and linens, bedding, clothes, pillowcases,” said Pacific Junk Removal Manager Ray Peraoto.
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