STAND. COM. REP. NO. 1911
RE: S.C.R. No. 12
Honorable Scott K. Saiki
Speaker, House of Representatives
Thirty-First State Legislature
Regular Session of 2021
State of Hawaii
Your Committee on Consumer Protection & Commerce, to which was referred S.C.R. No. 12 entitled:
"SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF A TERM, NON-EXCLUSIVE EASEMENT COVERING A PORTION OF STATE SUBMERGED LANDS AT KAMAOLE, KULA, MAUI, FOR THE EXISTING RUBBLE ROCK REVETMENT, ROCK WALL, AND TWO CONCRETE STAIRWAYS, AND FOR USE, MAINTENANCE, REPAIR, REPLACEMENT, AND REMOVAL OF THE EXISTING IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCTED THEREON,"
begs leave to report as follows:
The purpose of this measure is to authorize the Board of Land and Natural Resources to issue a term, non-exclusive easement covering a portion of state submerged lands at Kamaole, Kula, Maui, for the existing rubble rock revetment, rock wall, and two concrete stairways, and for the use, maintenance, repair, replacement, and removal of the existing improvements constructed thereon.
Your Committee finds that the existing rubble rock revetment, rock wall, and two concrete stairways fronting private property located in Kamaole, Kula, Maui, and spanning 18,668 square feet, encroaches onto state submerged lands. Your Committee further finds that the Department of Land and Natural Resources granted a 55-year non-exclusive easement to the Association of Apartment Owners of Hale Pau Hana. This measure authorizes the granting of a term, non-exclusive easement, as required by state law, for the portion of identified state submerged lands in Kamaole that have been encroached upon by the existing rubble rock revetment, rock wall, and two concrete stairways, and for the use, maintenance, repair, replacement, and removal of the existing improvements constructed thereon.
As affirmed by the record of votes of the members of your Committee on Consumer Protection & Commerce that is attached to this report, your Committee concurs with the intent and purpose of S.C.R. No. 12 and recommends its adoption.
Respectfully submitted on behalf of the members of the Committee on Consumer Protection & Commerce,
AARON LING JOHANSON, Chair