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Kailua Beach Park ban could backfire


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

~~<p>Sometimes the seemingly simplest solution to a problem creates some unforeseen and unwanted consequences.</p>
<p>The nearly total ban of commercial activity at Kailua and Kalama beach parks &mdash; with some exceptions for commercial filming activity &mdash; may be the most vivid recent example. Last week the City Council passed Bill 11; its 7-2 tally should have an asterisk, with three of the seven voting yes, &quot;with reservations.&quot;</p>
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Sometimes the seemingly simplest solution to a problem creates some unforeseen and unwanted consequences.

The nearly total ban of commercial activity at Kailua and Kalama beach parks — with some exceptions for commercial filming activity — may be the most vivid recent example. Last week the City Council passed Bill 11; its 7-2 tally should have an asterisk, with three of the seven voting yes, "with reservations." Login for more...



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