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Turtle Bay eyes expansion in 2014

The resort owner's impact statement outlines increases in weekend traffic and the finding of Hawaiian burials

By Andrew Gomes

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Nov 27, 2012

~~<p>The owner of Turtle Bay Resort hopes to start building new hotel rooms and residences in 2014, after filing a draft supplemental environmental impact statement with the city last week.</p>
<p>The environmental report took about a year to produce mainly because of an archaeological inventory survey for the 880-acre property on Oahu's North Shore. The report also includes a traffic analysis, and assessments of impacts on monk seals and turtles.</p>
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The owner of Turtle Bay Resort hopes to start building new hotel rooms and residences in 2014, after filing a draft supplemental environmental impact statement with the city last week.

The environmental report took about a year to produce mainly because of an archaeological inventory survey for the 880-acre property on Oahu's North Shore. The report also includes a traffic analysis, and assessments of impacts on monk seals and turtles. Login for more...



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