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Goo v. Arakawa
Supreme Court of Hawaii
December 5, 2013
KAREN GOO, et al., Petitioners/Plaintiffs/Counterclaim-Defendants/Appellants/Cross-Appellees,
MAYOR ALAN ARAKAWA, Successor-In-Interest to Mayor Charmaine Tavares, WILLIAM SPENCE, Director of Planning, County of Maui, Successor-In-Interest to Director Jeff Hunt, County of Maui Respondents/Defendants/Cross-Claim Defendants/Appellees/Cross-Appellants/Cross-Appellees, and VP AND PK(ML) LLC, KCOM Corp., Defendants/Intervenor-Defendants/Cross-Claim Defendants/Counterclaimants/Cross-Claimants/Appellees/Cross-Appellees/Cross-Appellants and KILA KILA CONSTRUCTION, Defendant/Cross-Claim Defendant/Cross-Claimant and (John G.) JOHN G'S DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION, INC., Defendant/Cross-Claimant/Cross-Claim Defendant and NEW SAND HILLS LLC, Defendant/Intervenor-Defendant/Counterclaimant/Cross-Claim Defendant/Appellee/Cross-Appellee/Cross-Appellant and DAVID B. MERCHANT; JOYCE TAKAHASHI; BRIAN TAKAHASHI, Defendants/Intervenor-Defendants and DIANE L. REASER, et al., Defendants/Intervenor-Defendants/Counter-Claimants and HOOKAHI, LLC, SANDHILLS ESTATES COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION, Intervenors/Appellees/Cross-Appellees/Cross-Appellants and CHERYL CABEBE, GERRY RIOPTA, and MELISSA RIOPTA, Intervenor-Defendants/Appellees/Cross-Appellants
CERTIORARI TO THE INTERMEDIATE COURT OF APPEALS (CAAP-30142; CIVIL No. 07-1-0258(1)).
David J. Gierlach and Lance D. Collins, for petitioners.
Patrick K. Wong and Caleb P. Rowe, for respondents Mayor AlanArakawa, et al.
Ronald T. Yoshimoto and Nathan H. Yoshimoto, for respondents VP and PK(ML) LLC, KCOM Corp., New Sand Hills LLC., and Hookahi, LLC, Sandhills Estates Community Association.
Recktenwald, C.J., Nakayama, Acoba, McKenna, and Pollack, JJ.
ORDER ACCEPTING APPLICATION FOR WRIT OF CERTIORARI
Petitioner/Plaintiff/Counterclaim-Defendant/Appellant/ Cross-Appellee's Application for Writ of Certiorari, filed on October 25, 2013, is hereby accepted.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, that no oral argument will be heard in this case. Any party may, within ten days and pursuant to Rule 34(c) of the Hawai'i Rules of Appellate ...