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Thursday, February 5, 2015

Lualualei Industrial Park

It is apparent that the Present Rail Party overruled the people again. No Lualualei Industrial Park. Tropic Land LLC had proposed to develop an industrial park that would occupy approximately 35 lots, averaging two acres each. The project would have a single secured entry off of Lualualei Naval Access Road and a secondary access for fire and emergency purposes.

"You can con some of the people all of the time. and all of the people some of the time, but you cannot con all of the people all the time."
Who said that?

The existing linear tree farm would remain as a 30-foot landscaped setback along the Lualualei Road frontage. An additional strip of land, approximately 100 feet wide and mauka of the industrial lots, would have been used for drainage improvements and rockfall hazard mitigation.


The amendment would have provided an inventory of industrial space on the Waianae Coast, which does not have a similar facility. The people will be forced to go to Honolulu. The proposed project would have been an attractive mix of light industrial businesses and provided open yard space for storing materials, trucks, and heavy equipment. And "I coulda been home in 20 minutes."


The #403 Nanakuli-Waianae bus, the most perfect bus in existence will
be terminated by the Rail Calamity. There is no resident that has
ever made a complaint about the bus.

The industrial park would have had the potential to become an employment center offering many well-paid jobs that are within convenient commuting distance of Waianae Coast communities. Many minimum wage jobs to be sure, but minimum wage in Lualaulea is worth ten times what it is worth in Honolulu, The preliminary cost of the light industrial park, based on the conceptual site plan, was estimated at $29 million. Peanuts compared to billions and billions in the Rail Catastrophe. But it's the bread, Fred.