In 1991, the state Land Use Commission approved a boundary amendment petition that set the stage for development of luxury resorts on Lana`i. One of the conditions – Condition 10 – that it attached to the approval stated that the developer was not “to utilize the potable water from the high-level groundwater aquifer for golf course irrigation use, and shall instead develop and utilize only alternative non-potable sources of water … for golf course irrigation requirements.”
Exactly what was meant by that condition has been the subject of litigation ever since.
Most recently, on March 21, the Intermediate Court of . . .
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