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California company buys 810 Big Island acres

By Erika Engle


True Life Companies of California has completed the purchase of 810 acres of land in Puako, north of Kona International Airport, for possible development of 142 residential lots.

The property offers views of the Pacific Ocean as well as of Mauna Kea, its backdrop.

The company is a supplier of land to public and private home builders and it plans to amend the tentative map over the next 12 to 18 months with input from area communities, according to a statement.

Several Kohala Coast resorts are near the planned residential development tentatively named 1010 Puako.

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Anonymous wrote:
Like we need more developers/money hungry people. Better watch out....that place going to be like Oahu.
on August 20,2013 | 09:48AM
HealthyandHappy wrote:
One lane all around the island. Who is running this state.?
on August 20,2013 | 10:17AM
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