The state of Hawai`i has settled a lawsuit brought by Bridge `Aina Le`a, LLC, which had claimed more than $30 million in damages as a result of a decision by the Land Use Commission to downzone acreage the company had sought to develop.
The settlement, terms of which call for the state to pay Bridge $1 million, all but ends a case filed six years ago in federal district court in Honolulu. In addition, Bridge has won a commitment from the state Attorney General’s office that it will support a petition by the company to place the . . .
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