After a series of setbacks, those seeking to protect limu resources in Ewa Beach got a reprieve at the December meeting of the Board of Land and Natural Resources. The board voted 6-1 to deny an easement and construction right-of-entry permit for a drainage project at Oneula Beach Park intended to allow more runoff from Kaloi Gulch to enter the ocean.
For more than a decade, Haseko (Ewa), Inc., has advocated for the drainage improvements. The Ocean Pointe developer originally intended to direct runoff from its residential project into the marina it planned to . . .
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