One of the companies that is involved in attempting to develop about 1,000 acres of land near Waikoloa Village, on the island of Hawai`i, has filed a complaint in state court that seeks $200 million in damages from the state, plus additional “compensatory consequential, and punitive damages,” along with interest, attorneys’ fees, and other costs.
The lawsuit, filed by DW `Aina Le`a, LLC, on February 23 in 1st Circuit Court, dates back to a decision the state Land Use Commission made six years ago to revert land where the company had begun to build 385 affordable housing . . .
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