Progress on the ‘Aina Le‘a Front: In September, the planning firm of Belt Collins delivered to the Hawai‘i County Planning Department a draft supplemental environmental impact statement preparation notice for the roughly 1,000 acres of Urban land owned by ‘Aina Le‘a, Inc., and the 2,000 or so acres of Agricultural land surrounding it owned by Bridge ‘Aina Le‘a.
On October 13, planning director Michael Yee responded. He explained that the county “will not be the accepting authority ... because a State Land Use District Boundary Amendment is being sought and approval ... of the . . .
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