Hawaii Island News, 29 Nov 2018

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“Hawaii Business Magazine”, 29 November 2018, published in Honolulu, Hawaii.

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Comment:  Here are today’s top Hawaii Island news stories compiled by “Hawaii Business Magazine”.  Views expressed in this Hawaii news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.

Commission gives positive recommendation to sewer fee hike bill
The Environmental Management Commission on Wednesday sent the Hawaii County Council a positive recommendation on a measure that would nearly double sewer fees over the next three years. West Hawaii Today.

Commission rules against Waikoloa Highlands developer
The state Land Use Commission Wednesday voted to revert more than 700 acres in South Kohala from rural district to an agricultural land classification after determining that the developer of a planned 398-lot residential subdivision did not substantially get the project off the ground. West Hawaii Today.

Waipio Valley residents concerned for safety after permits revoked
Forecasters were concerned Hurricane Lane’s torrential rains would wash out one of Hawaii Island’s steepest valleys. Downpours hammered Waipio Valley but severe flooding never surfaced. Residents attribute that to the community’s maintenance of a massive stream but they say getting permission to up-keep the waterway is an uphill battle. KITV. 

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Russ Roberts