The state Department of Land and Natural Resources reissued a finding of no significant environmental impact for the second phase of improvements to Kekaha Kai State Park.
Accessed on 11 October 2016, 15:50 hrs, UTC.
Reporter: Nancy Cook Lauer (“West Hawaii Today”).
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Now that the state Department of Land and Natural Resources has found “no significant environmental impact” for the second phase of improvements to Kekaha Kai State Park, upgrades can continue at the popular ocean recreation site along the Kona Coast.
One component of the park that remains unresolved is the adding of lifeguards “to the increasingly popular but risky Kua Bay”. The state has yet to release $200,000 for lifeguards. North Kona Councilwoman Karen Eoff and Hawaii Island state Representative Cindy Evans vowed “to keep working to get lifeguards at the beach.
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