The implications of the Hawaii Supreme Court’s ruling in the case of the Oahu resort, outlined in today’s article, aren’t restricted to whether a planned expansion is good or bad for the North Shore.
The real question is whether Environmental Impact Statements should be subject to review after approval. We’ve created a page to help you understand how the EIS process works.
State law says developers should produce an EIS at the “earliest practicable time” to give the community a chance to weigh in on proposed developments. The Supreme Court on April