Hawaii land board considers emergency rule restricting access Mauna Kea

Pacific Journal: More than 100 people signed up to testify for and against the state’s proposed rule to limit access and enforce rules against illegal encampments atop Mauna Kea Friday. Construction on the contested $2.4 billion Thirty Meter Telescope project has been stalled off and on since April. Protestors, who call themselves “protectors,” built rock shrines on the road and have caused conflict over resources on the mountain, including water, electricity, and parking. Attorney General Doug Chin said......

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