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DEPARTMENT OF HAWAIIAN HOME LANDS


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DHHL legally bound to provide water, lessees argue

By Rob Perez

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Mar 03, 2014

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<p>SOUTH POINT, Hawaii Island &raquo; Every six days, rancher Daryl Kaluau Sr. fills his tanker truck with 6,000 gallons of water, drives to the remote hillside pasture he is leasing here from the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands and transfers the precious cargo into two large holding tanks.</p>
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SECOND OF 2 PARTS

SOUTH POINT, Hawaii Island » Every six days, rancher Daryl Kaluau Sr. fills his tanker truck with 6,000 gallons of water, drives to the remote hillside pasture he is leasing here from the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands and transfers the precious cargo into two large holding tanks. Login for more...



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