More than eight years ago, the state Land Use Commission reclassified a 731-acre parcel just upslope of the village of Waikoloa, in the South Kohala district of the Big Island. It shifted the land use classification from Agricultural to Rural at the request of the landowners, to comply with zoning conditions imposed by the Hawai`i County Council.
As with the redistricting decision in the case of `Aina Le`a, the beleaguered proposed development a few miles down the road, the LUC imposed another . . .
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