Hawaii lawmaker calls on state agency to enforce beach rules
WAILUKU — A Hawaii lawmaker is calling for the state Department of Land and Natural Resources to enforce rules that prevent resorts and vendors from reserving space on public beaches.
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Change the rules so that if they get cited twice on the third time they lose the privilege of using the beach. That is a powerful incentive for them to obey the rules. It means dlnr would only need manpower for up to 3 visits. Currently they could go every week and cite them