Save Kaua’i from overdevelopment

Hooray! The berm (the long pile of dirt) in Kilauea has come down. Someone

cared enough about the offensive injustice of it to do something, and now the

beautiful sight of our Kaua’i has been restored.Now, what do we have to

say or do to keep the Kealia/Donkey area from the current plan to pave over and

manicure it into an inaccessible suburban null space?

The berm issue proves

that just because someone legally “owns” land here, does not mean that person

can ruin it for the rest of us. But we have to stop the Kealia ruination right

now, because it is happening before our very eyes.

Can’t we save Kaua’i

from overdevelopment? Please?

Morgan Mercury



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