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Illegal structures still erected on Oahu’s North Shore

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                                Drone footage shows machinery at the North Shore property at 59-181-D Ke Nui Road with large materials, some of which have rolled down the shore, in an effort to save the home against erosion.

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    Drone footage shows machinery at the North Shore property at 59-181-D Ke Nui Road with large materials, some of which have rolled down the shore, in an effort to save the home against erosion.

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                                The home at 59-151-A Ke Nui Road on the North Shore has a large covering placed on the shoreline.

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    The home at 59-151-A Ke Nui Road on the North Shore has a large covering placed on the shoreline.

Oahu has already lost about one-quarter of its beaches to shoreline hardening, and scientists warn that figure could rise to 40% by 2050. Read more

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