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Supreme Court Decision Came Too Late For Maui Residents Fighting Housing Development

Supreme Court Decision Came Too Late For Maui Residents Fighting Housing Development

The ruling could have statewide implications, as it narrows the limits of what planning and zoning exemptions are permissible for a fast-track affordable housing development.

More Marines Are Coming To Hawaii. Will Kaneohe Be Ready For Them? Cory Lum/Civil Beat

More Marines Are Coming To Hawaii. Will Kaneohe Be Ready For Them?

Hawaii is scheduled to get about 2,700 more Marines along with their spouses and children in coming years but the military lacks a plan for accommodating the restructured force.

Aloha Stadium Could Be Demolished In 2022 Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Aloha Stadium Could Be Demolished In 2022

The Stadium Authority plans to meet May 6 to discuss the financing and siting of the new stadium.

Princeville Glamping Project Would Require Affordable Housing Allan Parachini/Civil Beat/2020

Princeville Glamping Project Would Require Affordable Housing

A lawyer for the community association expects a time-consuming approval process that could end up in court.

Luxury Camping At $500 A Night On Kauai? A Glamping Resort Could Be Coming Soon Allan Parachini/Civil Beat/2020

Luxury Camping At $500 A Night On Kauai? A Glamping Resort Could Be Coming Soon

Three holes at the former Princeville Resort Woods golf course are being eyed by the developer for about 50 tent structures under a proposal quietly being discussed.

Kaneohe Cemetery Expansion Threatens Rare Damselfly Courtesy: Nate Yuen

Kaneohe Cemetery Expansion Threatens Rare Damselfly

State officials will decide at a hearing that starts next month if the developer’s mitigation plan adequately protects this endangered species.

This Central Oahu City Is About To Bloom With New Economic Life Cory Lum/Civil Beat

This Central Oahu City Is About To Bloom With New Economic Life

Wahiawa has struggled since the collapse of the pineapple industry. But new projects, some supported by political leaders, are giving city leaders new hope.

Kauai: You Won’t Need A Car If You Live In This New Urban Village

Kauai: You Won’t Need A Car If You Live In This New Urban Village

The concept of living and working in close proximity has taken hold in Seattle and other mainland cities.

Singapore Is An Affordable Housing Model, But Can Hawaii Follow? Flickr: Kah-Wai Lin

Singapore Is An Affordable Housing Model, But Can Hawaii Follow?

Hawaii’s challenges include divided state and county governments and no overall coordination.

Once-Defeated Kaneohe Cemetery Expansion Plan Is Back Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Once-Defeated Kaneohe Cemetery Expansion Plan Is Back

While many neighbors are mounting opposition to the new proposal, the expansion has vocal support from several Native Hawaiian organizations.