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In the matter of the conservation district use application of the Estate of James Campbell to permit as a conditional use the exploration and the development of geothermal resources within approximately 21, 943 acres of conservation district lands at Kahauale'a, Puna, Island and County of Hawaii : proposed findings of fact, conclusions of law, order, exhibit "A," table A, figure I, certificate of service

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Title: In the matter of the conservation district use application of the Estate of James Campbell to permit as a conditional use the exploration and the development of geothermal resources within approximately 21, 943 acres of conservation district lands at Kahauale'a, Puna, Island and County of Hawaii : proposed findings of fact, conclusions of law, order, exhibit "A," table A, figure I, certificate of service
Authors: Matsubara, Benjamin M.
Rezents, Stephanie A.
Keywords: permitting
development
Kahaulea
exploration
Kilauea
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Issue Date: [1983?]
Publisher: Ukishima & Matsubara, A Law Corporation
Citation: Matsubara BM, Rezents SA. In the matter of the conservation district use application of the Estate of James Campbell to permit as a conditional use the exploration and the development of geothermal resources within approximately 21, 943 acres of conservation district lands at Kahauale'a, Puna, Island and County of Hawaii : proposed findings of fact, conclusions of law, order, exhibit "A," table A, figure I, certificate of service. Honolulu (HI): Ukishima & Matsubara, A Law Corporation.
Abstract: CUDA No. HA-3/2/82-1463. This matter concerns a Conservation Use Application (hereinafter "CDUA"), filled with the Baord of Land and Natural Resources, State of Hawaii, (hereinafter "BLNR"), on March 2, 1982, to allow as a conditional use, the exploration and development of 21, 943 acres of land in the Limited (L) Subzone of the State Land Use Conservation District for the production and conversion into electricity of 250 megawatts of geothermal energy.
Pages/Duration: 120 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10524/36096
Appears in Collections:Department of Land and Natural Resources
The Geothermal Collection



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