Hamakua Community Development Plan
Written Public Testimony
12.19.16 SC Meeting
12/22/2016 12:21:56 PM
12/22/2016 12:20:14 PM
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2:3 fcr ')2 '^ 0 117 <br /> June H. Kaye <br /> Hakalau resident <br /> I SUPPORT the steering committee's actions to designate this coastal area OPEN. <br /> The Committee has weighed the expressed desire of hundreds of community members to protect the <br /> point from future development,and the land owner, his son and his supporters. <br /> Factor 1 of the Draft CDP states: <br /> Minimize new coastal development. This first factor used in evaluating LUPAG <br /> designations is based on Community Objective#1,which states: <br /> "Protect, restore,and enhance watershed ecosystems,sweeping views,and open spaces <br /> from mauka forests to makai shorelines,while assuring responsible public access for <br /> recreational,spiritual,cultural,and sustenance practices." <br /> 7 years to develop the new Hamakua Community Development Plan is long enough.The steering <br /> committee has listened to all interested parties on future development, in order to draft a plan that <br /> reflects the hopes of the community for the future. <br /> Designating this beautiful,fragile, cliftside point as OPEN is one step toward reflecting the desire of the <br /> community to MINIMIZE NEW COASTAL DEVELOPMENT. <br /> Legal arguments should be made by attorneys representing the County and not be a factor in <br /> determining the future LUPAG designation. <br /> 10 069 <br />
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