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Comply with preservation law


POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jun 06, 2014

~~<p>The state has earned a well-deserved slap from a state Circuit Court judge, whose ruling in a lawsuit Friday demonstrated that the Abercrombie administration has failed to grasp its obligations to protect historic resources, even with an extensive record of law and judicial decisions to inform it.</p>
<p>The lawsuit challenged the development of the twin high-rise residential towers dubbed 801 South Street, and was filed by the apartment owners' association from the neighboring Royal Capitol Plaza.</p>
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The state has earned a well-deserved slap from a state Circuit Court judge, whose ruling in a lawsuit Friday demonstrated that the Abercrombie administration has failed to grasp its obligations to protect historic resources, even with an extensive record of law and judicial decisions to inform it.

The lawsuit challenged the development of the twin high-rise residential towers dubbed 801 South Street, and was filed by the apartment owners' association from the neighboring Royal Capitol Plaza. Login for more...



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