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Doug Cole

The land trust attorney is working to keep Turtle Bay lands in conservation and open to the public

By Vicki Viotti

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jan 24, 2014

~~<p>At an earlier stage in his working life, Doug Cole had a real estate license and learned more about development law while he was studying to be an attorney. So he knows all about blueprints.</p>
<p>But in his current position as executive director of the North Shore Community Land Trust, Cole, 36, concerns himself more with &quot;greenprints.&quot; The trust, a nonprofit organization now in the midst of talks about conserving part of the Turtle Bay resort expansion site, devised a &quot;greenprint&quot; plan in consultation with the community.</p>
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At an earlier stage in his working life, Doug Cole had a real estate license and learned more about development law while he was studying to be an attorney. So he knows all about blueprints.

But in his current position as executive director of the North Shore Community Land Trust, Cole, 36, concerns himself more with "greenprints." The trust, a nonprofit organization now in the midst of talks about conserving part of the Turtle Bay resort expansion site, devised a "greenprint" plan in consultation with the community. Login for more...



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