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LUC votes down Ooma rezone request

LUC votes down Ooma rezone request

Karin Stanton | Hawaii 24/7 Editor The state Land Use Commission voted Friday, Nov. 5 to keep Ooma in North Kona under the conservation classification, rejecting a request to rezone to urban use. Developers had proposed a mixed-use shoreline community, with up to 1,200 residences and 300 commercial spaces for the area near the Kona […]

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Ooma on LUC agenda in Kona (July 15)

Ooma on LUC agenda in Kona (July 15)

Karin Stanton | Hawaii 24/7 Contributing Editor The state Land Use Commission will again consider the Ooma Beachside Village request to rezone 181 acres of land currently in the Conservation District into the Urban District. The public hearing continuation is the second item on the agenda. The meeting begins 9:30 a.m. Thursday, July 15 at […]

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Developers commit 75 acres of open space at Kona Coast development; LUC meeting Wednesday-Thursday in Kona

Plenty of beachside in Ooma plan

Developers commit 75 acres of open space at Kona Coast development; LUC meeting Wednesday-Thursday in Kona

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Ooma on LUC agenda in Kona (May 5)

Ooma on LUC agenda in Kona (May 5)

The state Land Use Commission (LUC) hearing regarding a development company’s request to change coastal Ooma’s Conservation classification to Urban is 10 a.m. Wednesday, May 5 at King Kamehameha’s Kona Beach Hotel. Those unable to testify in person may submit written statements via e-mail to luc@dbedt.gov. The panel also plans a Ooma site visit 11:30 […]

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'O'oma Beachside Village wins planning award

‘O’oma Beachside Village wins planning award

  MEDIA RELEASE   The mixed-use master plan for ‘O’oma Beachside Village, a proposed community on the Big Island’s North Kona coast, received the “2009 Outstanding Planning Award” Thursday, Sept. 24, 2009 from the Hawaii Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA) at the luncheon of the annual Hawaii Congress of Planning Officials conference in […]

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