The Kahala Hotel & Resort didn’t get everything it wanted, but it did get the Board of Land and Natural Resources to condone — albeit conditionally — what many consider to be commercial uses under a permit that had long been restricted to recreational and maintenance uses.
On November 9, the Land Board unanimously approved a new revocable permit to the hotel that allows the setting of clamshell loungers and cabanas — which cost $100 and $200 a day to rent — and various other types of beach-related equipment on a state parcel fronting the sandy beach, so long as the City . . .
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