The Hawai`i County Department of Water Supply has been revising the Keauhou section of its Water Use and Development Plan, under the watchful eyes of the staff of the state Commission on Water Resource Management (CWRM), which ordered the revision last December so that it would have the information necessary to decide on the National Park Service’s petition to designate the Keauhou aquifer system as a Water Management Area.
But when the commission met last month in Kona to review the county’s progress, at least one member was not pleased to learn that the DWS had not . . .
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