Hawaii Island News, 03 Jan 2019

Welcome to the evening edition of “Hawaii News Digest.”  This issues focuses on the top Hawaii Island News from “Hawaii Business Magazine”, published in Honolulu, Hawaii on 03 January 2019.  Views expressed in this Hawaii news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents. Here are the details:

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Leilani Estates to drop lawsuit
The Leilani Estates Community Association plans to stop its lawsuit against Hawaii County over control of Leilani Avenue. Attorney Mike Garbarino, who is representing the association, said he signed a stipulation to drop the case without prejudice Dec. 22. As of Wednesday, the federal suit remained active, according to U.S. District Court, where it was filed. Tribune-Herald.

Public access lacking – Kaupulehu project coming to County Council
Developers of the 1,079-acre Kaupulehu project in North Kona say they’ve made substantial progress meeting development requirements set in 1999. Homes are being built, infrastructure is on track, golf course construction has commenced and a cultural center has been completed. But the 2008 real estate slowdown and holdups from the state have contributed to the project falling behind schedule, said representatives of KDA Acquisition LLLP and Hualalai Investors LLP. West Hawaii Today. 

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Russ Roberts