In July and August, both the Leeward and Windward Planning Commissions of Hawaiʻi County approved a recommendation that the County Council change the county’s zoning ordinance and county code to allow for a range of activities at the county’s two major airports, in Kona and Hilo.
The change involves adding a definition of “primary airport” to the zoning code that conforms to the Federal Aviation definition of an airport that receives 10,000 or more passenger boardings a year. The proposed definition also lists “standard accessory uses” at primary airports, including, but not limited . . .
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