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Conservation district use application to permit geothermal development activities on state lands, Puna district, island of Hawaii dated August 20, 1985
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|Title:||Conservation district use application to permit geothermal development activities on state lands, Puna district, island of Hawaii dated August 20, 1985|
|Authors:||Estate of James Campbell|
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|Date Issued:||20 Aug 1985|
|Publisher:||Estate of James Campbell|
|Citation:||Estate of James Campbell. 1985. Conservation district use application to permit geothermal development activities on state lands, Puna district, island of Hawaii dated August 20, 1985. Honolulu (HI): Estate of James Campbell.|
|Abstract:||"On behalf of the Trustees of the Estate of James Campbell, I am forwarding for your action the original and eighteen (18) copies of a Conservation District Use Application, enclosure (1), to permit geothermal development activities on State lands proposed for exchange with Campbell Estate's Kahauale'a lands within a to be designated geothermal resource sub-zone. The State lands under consideration include: TMK 1-2-10, Parcels 1, 2, & 3, an area of 27,673 acres more or less.|
The Campbell Estate is in the process of completing its Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement for the proposed project and expects to file the Statement on or about September 20, 1985.
In this revised application for a land-use permit, the applicantis requesting authority to discover and develop geothermal resources to a level that will allow, as an upper limit for the first increment of development, a specific amount of electricity to be generated as the market or demand for that electricity is established.
Since the proposed action is now a "permitted use" in geothermal resource sub-zones, the applicant is preparing and will submit, upon receipt of the land-use permit, applications for operational permits as required and as development activities proceed in accordance with DLNR Rules, sub-title 7, Water & Land Development, on the leasing and drilling of geothermal resources, Chapter 183. As a guide to the major operations permit requirements under this chapter, as understood by the applicant, enclosure (2) identifies and summarizes the permit applications and information requirements to be submitted to the Board and DLNR prior to initiating operations within the designated GRS and during project operations."
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