The subject of the Hoopili development project in Ewa went before the state Land Use Commission Thursday.
Those who support Hoopili say the development is a sustainable, lifestyle-enhanced community that will flourish as an economic center as a second urban center in West Oahu.
Those against Hoopili say it would put farmers out of work.
Hoopili opponents say it would also push 20,000 or more cars onto our roads.
Hoopili supporters say the project would create thousands of jobs for local people.
Former governors John Waihee and Ben Cayetano were at the Land Use meeting to testify against the development.
Catherine Cruz will have the story tonight on KITV4 News at 6.