(We're not sure who captured and posted the above video -- wasn't us -- but to whomever did so, thank you.)
Earlier this week, our colleague Mark M. Murakami spoke at the University of Hawaii Law School on a panel about "The PLDC and Property Rights in Hawaii." PLDC refers to the Public Land Development Corporation, a state agency created in 2011 to develop state-owned lands, primarily in concert with private entities. Since its formation, the PLDC has become highly controversial, and the Hawaii Senate recently voted to repeal it.
Joining Mark on the panel were Professor Shelley Saxer (Pepperdine); Marti Townsend, Executive Director of the Outdoor Circle; and Chris Lee, State House of Representatives member.
In the event you don't want to view the entire session, we've put Mark's remarks and his responses to audience questions in a separate (high-quality) audio file, which you can steam or download here (59 minute/28mb mp3):
To save on your local drive, right click on the above and choose "Save link as" or similar.