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State to hold meeting on Kaena Point road use

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The state is holding a public meeting this week on which roads should be designated for motor vehicle use at Kaena Point State Park Reserve.

Off-road vehicles have damaged sand dunes and led to severe erosion at the park.

The state Department of Land and Natural Resources and the Kaena Point Advisory Group have been studying the issue to devise ways to protect the area’s natural resources.

They’ve been assessing the condition and use of the existing roads and dirt track, and have asked the public what roads should stay in use.  

They will share their findings at 7 p.m. meeting at Camp Erdman on Wednesday. The meeting is also another opportunity for the public to express their opinions on which roads stay open and which would be closed.  

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