Not much has been happening on the land proposed for the Villages of `Aina Le`a, consisting of about 1,100 acres lying between Waikoloa town and the Mauna Lani resort in the South Kohala district of the Big Island.
In the courts and in the world of finance, however, there’s been a flurry of action in recent months.
The Bridge Lawsuit
Perhaps most important from the perspective of the state of Hawai`i, a long-simmering legal dispute over the right to develop the land has been settled. Back in 2011, Bridge `Aina Le`a, which then owned . . .
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