“Wow. Where do I begin?” said a stunned Mike Buck.
Buck, along with the rest of the state Commission on Water Resource Management (CWRM), had just heard state deputy attorney general Myra Kaichi suggest that members of the public wanting to join a site visit of the Koke`e and Kekaha irrigation systems must provide the state with some kind of indemnity, and perhaps even a doctor’s note. He and other commissioners seemed to think that was excessive.
On October 20 and 21, to better grasp the factors involved in a 2013 petition seeking to restore flows to streams . . .
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