We at KAHEA: The Hawaiian-Environmental Alliance believe that the Public Land Development Corporation should be repealed because it promotes the sale and improper use of public lands, including ceded lands.
It improperly exempts the state from many of the important laws that are meant to be a way for the state to carry out its public trust duty to protect our precious resources. We believe there are no rules that can “fix” the PLDC to restore protections to our public trust resources and ceded lands. The PLDC simply must be repealed.
The PLDC is travelling across our islands this week and next to take testimony on its administrative rules. Stand up and be heard. Let the PLDC know that we the public want no part of it – the PLDC must be repealed.
Statewide Public Meetings:
Click on the image below to watch video from the PLDC public meeting in Hilo:
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