For years, every December, the Department of Land and Natural Resources’ Land Division has submitted a list of hundreds of revocable permits (RPs) to the Board of Land and Natural Resources for renewal, for everything from a 40-square-foot empty lot the division wants an adjacent landowner to maintain, to, as our cover story notes, the use of 33,000 acres of state land to divert hundreds of millions of gallons of water a day from East Maui.
This year, members of the . . .
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