Co-Owner of Hemlani Complex Dumps $2K Into Cleaning Overflowing Trash

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Last week, after an attack on a police officer in at the Harmon complex, Gov Guam agencies swarmed the apartments, questioning residents and inspecting the state of the units.

Guam – A couple days after a the Guam EPA slapped the Hemlani apartments with a solid waste violation,  co-owner, Vinad Hemlani is shelling out the money to clean up his apartments.

 

Vinad Hemlani, co-owner of Hemlani apartments tells PNC he’s begun the process to clean up overflowing trash at his apartment complexes. PNC visited four locations in Malesso, Harmon, Tamuning and Maite. Hemlani says, so far he has spent over $2,000 to gather up trash at the apartments and haul it to the dump. Last week, after an attack on a police officer in at the Harmon complex, Gov Guam agencies swarmed the apartments, questioning residents and inspecting the state of the units. The first agency to strike was the Guam EPA, telling PNC that Hemlani was consolidating trash from other complexes and dumping it at the Harmon site. GEPA is charging $1,000 every day the trash is not picked up. He says he is meeting with Guam EPA to ask for more time to clean up his business.

 

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  1. Vinad Hemlani, co-owner of Hemlani apartments should be ashamed. The apartments aren’t fit for human habitation. They’re dirty, crime infested ghetto dwellings and paying $2,000 to clean up is a case of too little too late. It’s a drop in the bucket this person probably gets by setting up Section 8 tenants. Vinad Hemlani is no better than a slum lord in my opinion.

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