On March 10, contrary to a request from the Native Hawaiian Legal Corporation (NHLC) for immediate action on its petitions to amend the interim instream flow standards (IIFS) of about two dozen East Maui streams, Commission on Water Resource Management chair Suzanne Case ordered the reopening of the contested case hearing stemming from those petitions.
Hearing officer Lawrence Miike had concluded the hearing last April and issued his proposed findings of fact, conclusions of law, and decision and order on January 15. His report came out a little more than a week after Alexander & Baldwin, Inc., announced that its . . .
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