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Panel delays decision on hotel-condo height

Waikiki residents tell city lawmakers they feel deceived by the addition of a second tower

By Gordon Y.K. Pang

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 28, 2014

~~<p>A Honolulu City Council committee is putting off decision-making on a request to raise the height limit for a second hotel-condominium tower on Kuhio Avenue to be operated and managed by the Ritz-Carlton chain, following objections raised by the project's neighbors.</p>
<p>Council Zoning Chairman Ikaika Anderson said the concerns raised by the community are valid. &quot;It is incumbent on this committee to do what we can within reason, within what's possible, to work with the community and to work with the applicant to see if in fact we can address the community concerns,&quot; he said.</p>
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A Honolulu City Council committee is putting off decision-making on a request to raise the height limit for a second hotel-condominium tower on Kuhio Avenue to be operated and managed by the Ritz-Carlton chain, following objections raised by the project's neighbors.

Council Zoning Chairman Ikaika Anderson said the concerns raised by the community are valid. "It is incumbent on this committee to do what we can within reason, within what's possible, to work with the community and to work with the applicant to see if in fact we can address the community concerns," he said. Login for more...



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