2011 Hawaii Code
186. Tree Farms
§186-3 Applications; management plans.

HI Rev Stat § 186-3 (2011 through Reg Sess) What's This?

§186-3 Applications; management plans. (a) The owner of any property which complies with the requirements specified in section 186-2 may apply to the board for classification of the owner's property as tree farm property. The application shall comply with rules adopted by the department to implement this section and shall include any additional information required by the board. The application shall be signed by all persons having an interest in or holding any encumbrance upon the property and shall state that all of them will comply with the management plan upon its approval.

(b) All public hearings required by statute or rules of the department shall be held before any management plan is approved. The management plan shall be available to the public not less than thirty days before approval. Notice of its availability shall be published in the bulletin of the office of environmental quality control. The plan shall be reviewed periodically by the board or its employees or authorized agents at intervals of no more than every five years. The review shall determine whether the owner has met the objectives in the management plan. The board may approve or require in consultation with the landowner alteration of the management plan to adapt to current conditions. [L 1963, c 141, §4; Supp, §87D-4; HRS §186-3; gen ch 1985; am L 1989, c 50, §2; am L 1994, c 207, §2]

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