Proposed bill would create science ‘subzones’

West Hawaii Today: Several Big Island lawmakers are backing legislation that would establish seven “science and technology research subzones,” including one covering Mauna Kea’s astronomy precinct. The 21-page bill would give the Board of Land and Natural Resources authority over subzone activities in Conservation Districts, such as those covering the mountain, and would appear to simplify rules for building within those areas. Barry Taniguchi, a Big Island businessman who circulated the bill among lawmakers,......

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