More Fences Cut: In June, the Department of Land and Natural Resources disclosed that vandals had cut openings in two miles of fences around Pu`u Maka`ala Natural Area Reserve on the Big Island. According to a DLNR press release, “vandals had cut through multiple sections of fence at intervals of 5 to 10 meters, top to bottom.” The cost to repair the fencing was put at several hundreds of thousands of dollars, not including the cost of removing any animals that may have gained access to the reserve through the cut fence.
But the hardworking vandals didn’t . . .
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