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Land delineated by the City Council, referencing where special controls are placed to ensure that adequate public access is provided to public beaches, recreation areas, and natural reserves, by dedication or other means. From the Revised Ordinances of Honolulu (ROH) https://www.honolulu.gov/rep/site/ocs/roh/ROH_Chapter_25_article_1_12.pdf Sec. 25-1.2 Purpose. It is the City and County of Honolulu's policy to preserve, protect, and where possible, to restore the natural resources of the coastal zone of Hawaii. Special controls on development within an area along the shoreline are necessary to avoid permanent loss of valuable resources and foreclosure of management options, and to insure that adequate public access is provided to public owned or used beaches, recreation areas, and natural reserves, by dedication or other means. It is also the policy of the city and county to avoid or minimize damage to natural or historic special management area wetlands wherever prudent or feasible; to require that activities not dependent upon a wetland location be located at upland sites; to allow wetland losses only where all practicable measures have been applied to reduce those losses that are unavoidable and in the public interest. (Sec. 33-1.2, R.O. 1978 (1987 Supp. to 1983 Ed.); Am. Ord. 93-74) Credits

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