Tribune Herald: Heavy machinery parked at the Thirty Meter Telescope construction site atop Mauna Kea for nearly nine months was removed Wednesday, two weeks after the state Supreme Court overturned the giant observatory’s land use permit.
Native Hawaiian opponents of the $1.4 billion project, who call themselves protectors of the mountain, gathered at the summit early in the morning to watch the removal of the bulldozers and other equipment they say desecrate sacred ground.
“There was a lot of joy and gratitude,”…
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