Nearly two months after hearing oral arguments in the contested case hearing over the Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP) and Incidental Take License (ITL) proposed by the Na Pua Makani wind farm, the state Board of Land and Natural Resources had yet to decide whether or not one of its members, Sam Gon, should have recused himself from participating.
Only after the board settles that matter will it issue a final decision on the petition filed in 2016 by the community group Keep the North Shore Country, which opposes the plan and the license to allow the incidental killing of protected . . .
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