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Find a proper venue for Haleiwa market


POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Apr 17, 2012

~~<p>Conflicts over two big issues &mdash; land use and liability &mdash; are all but inevitable in a state where both can add so much to the cost of doing business. But it doesn't have to be a fight to the death, and it's good to see the state and the owners of the Haleiwa Farmers Market on the path toward a negotiated solution to their particular problem.</p>
<p>For the past three years, the Haleiwa business, one of three farmers markets managed by Pamela Boyar and Annie Suite, has brought vendors of local produce and crafts to a triangular lot at the junction of Kamehameha Highway and Joseph P. Leong Highway, also known as the Haleiwa bypass road. It is bounded on the makai side by the remnant of Kamehameha that was abandoned when the bypass junction was completed.</p>
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Conflicts over two big issues — land use and liability — are all but inevitable in a state where both can add so much to the cost of doing business. But it doesn't have to be a fight to the death, and it's good to see the state and the owners of the Haleiwa Farmers Market on the path toward a negotiated solution to their particular problem.

For the past three years, the Haleiwa business, one of three farmers markets managed by Pamela Boyar and Annie Suite, has brought vendors of local produce and crafts to a triangular lot at the junction of Kamehameha Highway and Joseph P. Leong Highway, also known as the Haleiwa bypass road. It is bounded on the makai side by the remnant of Kamehameha that was abandoned when the bypass junction was completed. Login for more...



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