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Turtle Bay’s low-key project will protect area’s beauty

By Drew Stotesbury

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Oct 13, 2013

~~<p>Turtle Bay is privileged to sit at the nexus of two great regions &mdash; the world famous North Shore and the spectacular Ko&lsquo;olau Loa. With a rich Hawaiian, ranching, agricultural, military, waterman and tourism history, this area is home to many cultures, generations and opinions.</p>
<p>With the decline of sugar evident in the 1960s, Turtle Bay was first conceived as an economic revitalization opportunity that would provide alternative employment and allow families to remain in the area where they were raised, and their ancestors buried. This need is no less important today.</p>
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Turtle Bay is privileged to sit at the nexus of two great regions — the world famous North Shore and the spectacular Ko‘olau Loa. With a rich Hawaiian, ranching, agricultural, military, waterman and tourism history, this area is home to many cultures, generations and opinions.

With the decline of sugar evident in the 1960s, Turtle Bay was first conceived as an economic revitalization opportunity that would provide alternative employment and allow families to remain in the area where they were raised, and their ancestors buried. This need is no less important today. Login for more...



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