New & Noteworthy: Kona Remediation, Reef Fish Census

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Lead Removal in Kona: The Hawai`i County Department of Environmental Management has been granted a Conservation District Use Permit to remediate an abandoned metal salvage site in Kealakehe, in the North Kona district of the Big Island. At a recent meeting of the Board of Land and Natural Resources, Department of Land and Natural Resources’ Office of Conservation and Coastal Lands administrator Sam Lemmo noted the irony of the project: While the 30-plus acres involved lie within the Conservation District, they’re located in the Kona industrial park and are surrounded by the old Kailua landfill and a . . .

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