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<br /> <br /> <br />within the State Land Use Conservation district. It could be <br />developed as part of phase two of the Isaac Hale Beach Park. <br />Please see attached map for the potential location. A funding <br />allocation of $100,000 (or an amount the state deems <br />appropriate) would allow the hiring of a shoreline consultant. <br />This consultant would do a feasibility study and create a <br />conceptual plan and design for the swimming area in <br />consultation with the appropriate agencies and the community <br />groups. Subcontracting could be done as needed with an <br />engineer and/or planner. An effort would be made to go <br />inland as much as possible for the swimming area to facilitate <br />construction and permitting. This study would be the basis for <br />an Environmental Assessment. Once the feasibility study is <br />completed and the project is deemed feasible, the consultant <br />could map out and start the permitting process and create a <br />preliminary budget for the construction of the swimming area. <br />At that point, further allocation from the State of Hawaii for <br />construction of the swimming area would be needed. <br /> <br /> <br />