‘Unprecedented’ Permit Extension is Granted For Rock Revetment Fronting Maui Condos

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On May 8, the state Board of Land and Natural Resources extended, for the third time, a Conservation District Use Permit for a controversial shoreline erosion control project fronting the Hololani Resort Condominiums in West Maui.

Under the original permit issued in 2014, construction had to start within one year and be completed within three years. The project — a 370-foot- long rock revetment — was intended to protect Hololani’s two eight-story towers that are at risk of becoming uninhabitable due to beach erosion that has been exacerbated by storms, a seawall on a neighboring property . . .

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