In February 1967, officers with the Kahala Hilton Hotel Company signed an agreement with the state that allowed for the hotel’s creation of a public beach and swimming area fronting what is now the Kahala Hotel & Resort in south O`ahu, about four miles east of Waikiki.
The hotel used material dredged from the swimming area to fill sections of the coastline immediately seaward of the adjacent private properties, which included the hotel site. Regarding these filled areas, which have been largely grassed over, the agreement had this to say:
“Title to and ownership of all filled and . . .
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