Waikoloa Highlands development to face Land Use Commission
HILO — A 731-acre project that’s languished for a decade is at risk of being reverted to an agricultural land reclassification.
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Martirosian and Batichtcheva ….a history of shady dealing and criminal activity. Do we really want this for Hawaii County? Steven Lim, attorney for Waikoloa Highlands, shame on you…walk away.
So Waikoloa Highlands Inc. should get an extension because Waikoloa Highlands Inc. was engaged in fraud?
Environment Hawaii did a very thorough, interesting article on this case in its July issue.