Some in the community are alarmed by the loose limits placed on using DLNR land
By Rob Perez and Dana Williams firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
Feb. 14, 2016
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Hawai‘i Preparatory Academy has the longest-running revocable permit — 62 years — with the Department of Land and Natural Resources. The parcel is in Waimea on Hawaii island, not far from the school’s campus, above.
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While the pier at Hilton Hawaiian Village is privately owned, the submerged land under the pier has been leased through a month-to-month revocable permit for decades. Currently, Hilton pays the highest rent of any lessee in the program — $405,192 a year for .09 acre. An Atlantis submarine cruise boat docked at the pier Thursday to pick up and let off sightseers.