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Residents sue county to enforce Kona planning law

MEDIA RELEASE Kona residents Richard and Patricia Missler are taking county officials to court for violating the Kona Community Development Plan Ordinance that the Hawaii County Council had unanimously enacted into law in 2008 and for violating the public trust that Big Island voters had adopted into law. In their circuit court challenge, the Misslers […]

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Matsukawa discusses modern courts in Hawaii (May 13)

Matsukawa discusses modern courts in Hawaii (May 13)

MEDIA RELEASE The Puana Ka Ike lecture by Kona attorney Mike Matsukawa has been rescheduled for 5:30 p.m. Friday, May 13, and moved from the Kahaluu II Ballroom to Kalanikai at the Keauhou Beach Resort. Matsukawa’s presentation originally scheduled for March was postponed due to the tsunami. He will discuss “Judicial Imprints in Hawaiian History” […]

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Matsukawa discusses effect of modern courts in Hawaii

Matsukawa discusses effect of modern courts in Hawaii

MEDIA RELEASE Kona attorney Mike Matsukawa will discuss the effect of the “modern” court system in displacing traditional native customs in Hawaii and creating a system that favored the foreigner in an upcoming Puana Ka Ike lecture in Kona and an Eia Hawaii presentation in Hilo. Matsukawa will speak on “Judicial Imprints in Hawaiian History” […]

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