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Panel shelves plan to kill HCDA

But four bills that moved forward take aim at the agency and Kakaako's development

By Andrew Gomes

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 12, 2014

~~<p>New condominium towers in Kaka&shy;ako would be spaced farther apart and rise no higher than existing towers under bills that were advanced Tuesday by a legislative committee that also deferred more radical measures that included a one-year development moratorium for the urban Hono&shy;lulu area.</p>
<p>The state House Committee on Water and Land revised and passed four of seven bills affecting the Hawaii Community Development Authority, the state agency governing development in Kaka&shy;ako, after a Saturday hearing that attracted nearly seven hours of public testimony.</p>
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New condominium towers in Kaka­ako would be spaced farther apart and rise no higher than existing towers under bills that were advanced Tuesday by a legislative committee that also deferred more radical measures that included a one-year development moratorium for the urban Hono­lulu area.

The state House Committee on Water and Land revised and passed four of seven bills affecting the Hawaii Community Development Authority, the state agency governing development in Kaka­ako, after a Saturday hearing that attracted nearly seven hours of public testimony. Login for more...



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