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Native Hawaiian, community concerns delay powerful missile defensive radar for 3 sites

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                                <strong>Heidi Tsuneyoshi: </strong>
                                <em>The City Council member, who represents Kahuku and Kaena Point, recommends the radar be built on a military site that is not accessible to the public </em>

    STAR-ADVERTISER

    Heidi Tsuneyoshi:

    The City Council member, who represents Kahuku and Kaena Point, recommends the radar be built on a military site that is not accessible to the public

A more than $1 billion missile defense radar for Hawaii has been significantly delayed, with Native Hawaiian cultural concerns emerging at one possible site on Kuaokala Ridge at Kaena Point and community worries about overdevelopment at two other candidate sites at Kahuku Training Area. Read more

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