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National Park Service adds land to Hawaii volcano park

bizjournals Saturday, 15 September 2018
The National Park Service has added nearly 2,000 acres to the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park with the $1.95 million purchase of an oceanfront property known for a six-mile-long giant crack created by Kilauea Volcano. The National Park Service bought four contiguous parcels totaling 1,952 acres on the Kau side of the park from Joseph Gillespie III in a transaction that closed on Aug. 20. The Hawaii Tribune-Herald reported the sale is part of a settlement between First Citizens Bank and Ken Fujiyama…
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