Board Rejects Plan To Dump Rocks Along Lanikai Seawall
On October 26, the state Board of Land and Natural Resources denied the owners of a $9 million beachfront lot in Lanikai a Conservation District Use Permit to dump a sloped pile of small rocks over a 2,000-square-foot section of the beach fronting their deteriorating seawall to keep it from failing.
The Department of Land and Natural Resources’ Office of Conservation and Coastal Lands (OCCL) had recommended rejecting the permit, mainly because it failed to meet its criteria for Conservation District Use Permits and because the state has . . .
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