Navy wants to find alternative uses for Red Hill as part of its closure plan.
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|Navy wants to find alternative uses for Red Hill as part of its closure plan
The Navy wants to keep its Red Hill fuel facility, including the 20 cavernous fuel tanks, surge tanks and pipelines, in the ground after it permanently retires the facility from fueling operations, according to a plan it submitted Tuesday to the state Department of Health. Star-Advertiser. Civil Beat. Hawaii News Now.
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|Environmentalists, engineers urge local leaders to prepare for coastal erosion
The North Shore Coastal Resilience Working Group found that 73% of North Shore beaches are undergoing chronic erosion. It also said roughly 28% of beachfront residential North Shore properties have a home within 20 feet or less of the shoreline. Hawaii Public Radio. Hawaii News Now.
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|Hawai‘i’s high court hears arguments tied to Mauna Kea
The justices heard arguments on the question of whether, in this case, it is the government that must prove its rules are reasonable and do not unduly limit the rights conferred by the state Constitution, or whether the burden is on the challenger to prove the opposite. Star-Advertiser.
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The Rise of Indigenous Theater in Hawai‘i
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|Maui resort agrees to reduce bright lights to protect Hawaii seabird
The Grand Wailea resort on Maui has reached an agreement with several conservation groups to reduce its bright lights to protect endangered Hawaiian petrels, resolving a lawsuit filed earlier this year. Star-Advertiser. Civil Beat. Maui Now.
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|They’re ‘holding space’ at a popular Kaua‘i beach to protest commercialization on the sand
On Kaua‘i, there are growing concerns that residents are getting pushed out of a popular surfing and beach spot. Hawaii News Now.
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