Parking fees for out-of-state visitors at Hapuna Beach will be among the topics discussed today at a meeting held by the state Department of Land and Natural Resources.
The meeting will be held from 5-6:30 p.m. at the southern pavilion of the Hapuna Beach State Recreation Area.
The beach will be the fourth state park to implement such parking fees, which will also apply to commercial vehicles.
Residents who are not driving commercial vehicles will not have to pay.
A DLNR press release did not say when parking fees will be implemented or how much will be charged.
Also at the meeting, DLNR staff will discuss the completion of removal of remnant World War II ordinances, capital improvement projects, and intent to put food concession contract out for bid.