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The city blamed turnover, reduced time for training and other factors for its failure to enforce the 2019 law.
Military says it’s fine but Hawaii’s top coastal management official calls the project part of a “death knell” for the islands’ beaches.
A lawsuit may be filed in 40 days.
But city officials won’t say how much they’re paying the San Francisco law firm.
A recent vote suggests the proposal may lack the Honolulu City Council support it needs to proceed at Ala Moana.
Department of Health permits are automatically approved if officials don’t take action on them within 180 days.
“Big oil” has caused major climate change problems for Oahu and Mayor Kirk Caldwell wants the City Council to approve a lawsuit to cover the costs.
A longtime homeless community has spent years fending off “sweeps” by the state. Now it’s planning a move to a permanent home.
Some of those living near the Kahuku wind turbines blame them for an array of annoyances and health ailments.
The public was robbed of a meaningful opportunity to provide written or oral testimony, a lawsuit argues.
The public has until Dec. 9 to submit testimony.
Mayor Kirk Caldwell’s office was tight-lipped about the details.