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Maui nonprofit questioned after financial review shows high amount of unspent grants

The Wailuku Main Street Association, a nonprofit organization that supports and preserves small towns, has "accumulated more than $374,000 in unspent county grants." The organization claims that it is "frugal" practices that have allowed the buildup of unspent money. Critics of the nonprofit also question why the organization isn't required to show receipts or documentation that would be used to verify expenses. Several county records also show "that when officials have tried to impose tighter requirements on the organization, Wailuku Main Street has rebuffed the efforts."

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