This article has been corrected regarding Kernot's plans for his Sunset property.
William Kernot, who owns and operates vacation rentals fronting some of the most famous surf spots on O`ahu’s North Shore, is facing yet another winter without the shoreline protection he had planned to install for the past several months. The state Department of Accounting and General Services (DAGS) last month formally rejected his two applications for shoreline certifications for his homes fronting Sunset Beach and the world renowned Pipeline surf break.
Kernot has appealed the determinations.
For his Sunset home, Kernot hopes to . . .
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