If the state Board of Land and Natural Resources grants permission to one entity to divert water from a stream for a particular use, can that diverted water then be used for other things by other entities that don’t have a board permit? Alexander & Baldwin, Inc. and its East Maui Irrigation Company, for example, have permits from the Land Board to divert East Maui streams and they provide some of that water to the Maui Department of Water Supply for municipal use.
However, in the case of Grove Farm using — and getting paid to transmit to the Kaua . . .
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