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Citizens oppose Waimalu zip line

By Andrew Gomes

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 20, 2014

~~<p>More than 150 Aiea-area residents overwhelmed a state Department of Land and Natural Resources public hearing Wednesday evening to share their views, which were heavily negative, about a zip line business proposed for a forested area just beyond a Waimalu residential neighborhood.</p>
<p>The hearing at the Waimalu Elementary School cafeteria was held as part of an early step in a conservation district use permit application sought by the proposed project's developer, an affiliate of Towne Development of Hawaii Inc.</p>
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More than 150 Aiea-area residents overwhelmed a state Department of Land and Natural Resources public hearing Wednesday evening to share their views, which were heavily negative, about a zip line business proposed for a forested area just beyond a Waimalu residential neighborhood.

The hearing at the Waimalu Elementary School cafeteria was held as part of an early step in a conservation district use permit application sought by the proposed project's developer, an affiliate of Towne Development of Hawaii Inc. Login for more...



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