“Keep the Country Country” — from Kahaluu to Haleiwa — is an integral part of needed diversity and versatility for a thriving and sustainable Oahu. This cause has never sounded so pragmatic and urgent for this iconic region as the first shoe of gentrification drops in Kahuku. It’s not about the past; it’s about the future.”
Kahuku Plantation Camp will soon see seven of its old-time families being evicted. The circuit Judge ruled in favor of Continental Pacific, LLC in the eviction proceeds.
Continental Pacific, LLC bought the plantation from the Estate of James Campbell in 2006.
Simplicio and Lenora Caban will soon be evicted from their home in the background.
The other families include:
Angel Adversalo is in his 90s.
Maghanoy was evicted during Thanksgiving of 2013. Maghanoy claims that his personal possessions – guitars, deceased wife’s pearl jewelry, tools, and hidden cash were stolen during the eviction. He was on the mainland visiting his daughter during the eviction.
The Eugenio home may have been razed but the controversies continue.