Kahala Resort Faces Pushback on Beach Access
The State Land Board will be taking up a hot-button issue that some say could set a bad precedent for public lands across the state.
It has to do with public beach long used by the hotel for resort activities. Critics say the state hasn’t been adequately compensated.
The Sierra Club, Hawaii’s 1000 Friends, the Surfrider Foundation and a handful of Kahala and Diamond Head residents have written the Land Board and the staff of DLNR about their concerns.
We reached out to the Sierra Club and the Kahala Hotel to talk about the issue.