Saved by the storm!
Thanks to Hurricane Lane, the state Land Use Commission was spared the need to make a critical decision on the stalled-out plans to develop a 398-lot residential subdivision on land just upslope of Waikoloa Village.
On August 22, the LUC had been scheduled to meet in Kona. On the agenda: an order for the developer to show cause as to why the subject land, about 730 acres, should not be placed back into the state Agricultural District. Ten year ago, the same body had upzoned the parcel from Ag to the Rural District, subject . . .
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