On May 23, the dozen or so members of the state Land Use Commission gathered in a conference room in Kona, just south of the airport most had just flown into, to hear updates on several Hawai`i island projects that, for one or another reason, had encountered hiccups in proceeding with the plans approved years earlier by the commission.
One of those projects: the planned development known as Waikoloa Mauka.
Back in 2006, Waikoloa Mauka, LLC, had petitioned the LUC to place 731 acres east of Waikoloa Village, in the Big Island district of South Kohala, into the Rural . . .
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