Is the `Aina Le`a project about to start up again?
That development, on about 3,000 acres of land mauka of the Mauna Lani resort in the Kohala district of the Big Island, has been on the books for nearly three decades. However, work to build the infrastructure, highway improvements, and homes (including 385 units of “affordable housing”) has stalled out. A long-simmering dispute over compliance with terms established by the state Land Use Commission when it approved a petition to shift about a third of the land into the Urban land use district in 1989, a court . . .
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