The Department of Land and Natural Resources held a meeting today on the Big Island to discuss parking and access to Kealakekua Bay in the Napo'opo'o section of the park. 

The DLNR hopes to improve the recreational use of the park while also preserving the cultural value of the archeological sites in the area. 

This meeting was an opportunity to for the public to get information and ask questions about the master plan update and the environmental impact statement.

The draft EIS has been published and is available at the Office of Environmental Quality Control website: 

Island News will have the latest updates.