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Still time to save Kawela Bay


POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Dec 26, 2012

~~<p>Residents of the North Shore district, whose treasured rural and scenic charms increasingly have run up against urbanization plans, face a narrowing window of opportunity to start building a force capable of preserving more of the Turtle Bay environs than the current developer aims to do.</p>
<p>In particular, it's Kawela Bay, the undeveloped stretch of shoreline at the north end of the Turtle Bay Resort property, that environmental and community groups want most to preserve in the buildout of the resort. The project is being planned by Replay Resorts Inc., TBR's development partner that is finally approaching the end game in a decades-old standoff over the expansion plan.</p>
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Residents of the North Shore district, whose treasured rural and scenic charms increasingly have run up against urbanization plans, face a narrowing window of opportunity to start building a force capable of preserving more of the Turtle Bay environs than the current developer aims to do.

In particular, it's Kawela Bay, the undeveloped stretch of shoreline at the north end of the Turtle Bay Resort property, that environmental and community groups want most to preserve in the buildout of the resort. The project is being planned by Replay Resorts Inc., TBR's development partner that is finally approaching the end game in a decades-old standoff over the expansion plan. Login for more...



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