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Changes loom for zoning and development laws as Hawaii County begins process to update zoning codes.

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Changes loom for zoning and development laws
Changes loom for zoning and development laws

Hawaii County this week is kicking off a 19-month process to update zoning and subdivision codes with community engagement sessions in Kona and Hilo.


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