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State is sued over monitoring of Army at Pohakuloa

Officials are required to check whether the military abides by its lease, a lawyer says

By Rob Shikina

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

~~<p>Two Native Hawaiians are suing the state in an effort to ensure that the military is complying with the terms of its lease of ceded lands at Poha&shy;ku&shy;loa Training Area on Hawaii island.</p>
<p>In a lawsuit filed in Circuit Court, Clarence Ching and Mary Maxine Kahaulelio contend that the state has not been checking for compliance with two sections of the lease: removal or deactivation of &quot;live or blank ammunition,&quot; and the removal or burial of waste materials.</p>
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Two Native Hawaiians are suing the state in an effort to ensure that the military is complying with the terms of its lease of ceded lands at Poha­ku­loa Training Area on Hawaii island.

In a lawsuit filed in Circuit Court, Clarence Ching and Mary Maxine Kahaulelio contend that the state has not been checking for compliance with two sections of the lease: removal or deactivation of "live or blank ammunition," and the removal or burial of waste materials. Login for more...



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