If it weren’t for us, you wouldn’t even have a beach and you promised us we could use it, so cut us a break.
That appears to have been the attitude of representatives for the Kahala Hotel & Resort over the past several years, and the state Department of Land and Natural Resources’ Land Division appears to have pretty much acquiesced.
In other beach areas that are not adjacent to a hotel, the division has pursued and won hefty fines for unpermitted commercial activities, such as kayak tours. But not for the beach fronting the Kahala (or a . . .
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