Board Talk: Board Again Delays Enforcement of Illegal Shoreline Construction

posted in: Board Talk, December 2014 | 0

At its November meeting, the state Board of Land and Natural Resources deferred for the second time acting on a proposed $31,000 fine against Grand View Apt., Inc., which owns a shoreline parcel in Mokuleia, O`ahu, that was devastated by winter swells about a year ago.

With the high surf having already undermined a seawall and with waves then scooping away sand from his yards, Grand View principal Dean Hanzawa dumped and cemented large rocks makai of his two properties and also hardened a city right-of-way that bisects them. The revetment, he said, was mainly intended . . .

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