The Department of Land and Natural Resources has been under pressure in recent years to transition, where appropriate, long-held revocable permits to a long-term disposition, be it a lease or an easement. But in the case of a nine-acre lot at the Honokohau small boat harbor in West Hawai‘i, which had been under a revocable permit for 17 years, that transition has been anything but smooth.
Barely a year into its 10-year lease for a boat storage yard at the harbor, the two men who formed the new lessee Pacific Marine . . .
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