FEMA Officials Stay at $1,000 Per Night Luxury Maui Hotels as Feds Face Criticism for Response to Fires: Report

Posted on AllSides August 22nd, 2023

As residents of Maui endure among the charred ashes of their lives and mourn those dead and missing, Federal Emergency Management Agency officials sent to the island are living in luxury far from the scenes of devastation. Wildfires ravaged Maui this month, leading to at least 115 deaths, with more than 800 people listed as missing and thousands left homeless. FEMA officials are staying at three five-star hotels, the Fairmont Kea Lani, Four Seasons, and the Grand Wailea Astoria, according to the Daily Mail. Federal government rates for those resorts...

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