Corrections and Clarifications

The Garden Island corrects errors of fact in news stories. If you notice an error, please contact us at one of the numbers listed in the staff box below.

• In the Wednesday front-page article, “Council tackles farm issues,” references to the County Council working on its “exit strategy” for eliminating allowance of additional dwelling units (ADUs, also called “‘ohana units”) on agricultural land were inaccurate. The bill banning ADUs on agricultural-zoned lands became law around nine months ago. People wishing to build ADUs in the agricultural zone had to declare their intent to build and file an affidavit stating that they would build within a certain period of time, but no new applications for ADUs were going to be accepted after that bill became law, said Councilmember Jay Furfaro.


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