“The Waikoloa Highlands project you see today is unusual.”
In this way did Steve Lim, attorney for the developer, prove himself master of the understatement.
Lim made the comment to the Land Use Commission at its meeting of September 6, when he was attempting to sell commissioners on the idea that his client, Waikoloa Highlands, Inc., should be given one more year to show that it was serious about moving forward on the project.
The commission had gathered in Kona to consider a show-cause order issued to the developer – an order, that is, that the developer give the commission . . .
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