East Maui Stream Flow Case Reopens; Parties Debate Evidentiary Standards

posted in: February 2017 | 1

Having been pushed back a month from its previously scheduled time, the re-opened contested case hearing on amendments to the interim instream flow standards (IIFS) of some two dozen East Maui streams begins on February 6 at Maui Community College and is expected to conclude on the 10th.

The Commission on Water Resource Management decided last year to reopen the hearing after Alexander & Baldwin, Inc., announced it was closing its subsidiary Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar’s sugarcane plantation in December and transitioning those former cane fields to diversified agriculture.

HC&S later submitted to the commission a . . .

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One Response

  1. Richard Swann

    Diversified ag.? I bet the only thing that land will be sprouting is thousands of expensive homes.

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