Lā 191: DLNR has a goal of site inspections once every 2 years. For Pōhakuloa once in 50 years was enough. Frankel says 'common sense tells you you can't ensure compliance without inspecting what is going on. ‪#‎Pohakuloa‬

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Day 4 of the ‪#‎pohakuloatrial‬ began with the opening of the Plaintiff's closing arguments. Frankels defense is broken down into 4 parts: 1. The defendants duty. 2. The lack of effort. 3. The state's arguments. 4. Relief. First up is the State's duty. Frankel says they are 'statutorily obligated to enforce their leases' but before they can enforce something they have to start by monitoring. The DLNR's own mission statement is: to enhance, protect, conserve and manage Hawaii's unique and limited natural, cultural and historic resources held in public trust for current and future generations... For their other leased properties DLNR has a goal of site inspections once every 2 years. For Pōhakuloa once in 50 years was enough. Frankel says 'common sense tells you you can't ensure compliance without inspecting what is going on. ‪#‎Pohakuloa‬ ‪#‎BABcourtreport‬ ‪#‎cartooncourtreport‬ ‪#‎alohaaina‬ ‪#‎kukiaimauna‬ ‪#‎malamaaina‬

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