Coco Palms permits revoked

    Coco Palms permits revoked

    L?HU‘E – May 1, 2013 – (RealEstateRama) — The Kaua‘i Planning Commission today affirmed the March 28, 2013 order of Hearings Officer Richard Nakamura to revoke permits held by Coco Palms Ventures LLC’s to rebuild the property which was damaged in 1992 during Hurricane Iniki. The permits include: Special Management Area Use Permit SMA (U)-2005-1; Project Development Use Permit (PD)-U-2005-4; Use Permits U-2005-6; Variance Permit V-2005-1 and Class IV Zoning Permit Z-IV-2005-5

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