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Water deal reaffirms public use


POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Apr 25, 2014

~~<p>The settlement of a long-standing dispute over the diversion of water from four Maui streams sends a gratifying message to all concerned about Hawaii's commitment to manage its water supply as a precious public resource.</p>
<p>The accord was sought by the environmental law agency Earthjustice, which represented community groups Hui o Na Wai Eha and Maui Tomorrow Foundation; the Office of Hawaiian Affairs also was a party to the case.</p>
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The settlement of a long-standing dispute over the diversion of water from four Maui streams sends a gratifying message to all concerned about Hawaii's commitment to manage its water supply as a precious public resource.

The accord was sought by the environmental law agency Earthjustice, which represented community groups Hui o Na Wai Eha and Maui Tomorrow Foundation; the Office of Hawaiian Affairs also was a party to the case. Login for more...



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