Ho'opili project doesn't fit Hawaii's renewed focus on a sustai...
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#1 Sep 3, 2009
I have followed this discussion without have formed an opinion yet on whether development of Ho'opili is a good thing or a bad thing. I see merits on both sides of the argument. But one of the discussions that has not been raised (or maybe I've missed it) is the economic feasibility of farming. The State can preserve this land for ag uses but will anyone actually farm it? Does it make economic sense for someone - an individual or a corporate entity - to actually farm it and be able to make a living at it?
Just a thought.
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