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State may yank land from UH

A Senate panel advances a measure that would give DLNR the title to 990 acres near the West Oahu campus

By Nanea Kalani

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 08, 2014

~~<p>The University of Hawaii stands to lose control of 990 acres of agricultural land in Kapo&shy;lei mauka of its new West Oahu campus as lawmakers consider transferring the property to the state Department of Land and Natural Resources.</p>
<p>A joint panel of the state Senate Higher Education and Water and Land committees voted this week in favor of Senate Bill 2907, which would transfer fee title ownership to the department that manages some 1.3 million acres of state land.</p>
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The University of Hawaii stands to lose control of 990 acres of agricultural land in Kapo­lei mauka of its new West Oahu campus as lawmakers consider transferring the property to the state Department of Land and Natural Resources.

A joint panel of the state Senate Higher Education and Water and Land committees voted this week in favor of Senate Bill 2907, which would transfer fee title ownership to the department that manages some 1.3 million acres of state land. Login for more...



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