Based on the Free Larsen’s Playa website, (, which is currently inactive, the fencing is really prohibited as it’s located within 300 feet of the coastline. The State Land Use Commission says the mauka (mountain-side, inland) border of the state Conservation District is 300 feet mauka of the coastline in this area of Kauai.

The map of Paradise Ranch private surveyor Hiranaka is wrong and erroneously depicts the fencing as outside the state Conservation District, when in fact, it is inside the state Conservation District. As Bruce Laymon no longer has a state Conservation District Use Permit to do work within 300 feet of the coastline, that part of the fencing blocking off the gradual, lateral trail is prohibited.
According to an article in The Honolulu Advertiser, Robert Schleck, Director of Waioli Corporation and Laymon promise they never intended to block public use of the beach, but do not need people going over Waioli land anymore. guaranteed no new fencing would be added until a functional county access is in place. Critics of Laymon assert it is possible to fertilize the whole island with all the bullshit he’s given to the mainstream media.
When it comes to physical intimidation and harassment of nudists and homosexuals, a voicemail message was left with requesting comment and wasn’t answered to.
A more recent development came to light in recent months with what community activists call an illegal stone quarry. On Nov. 7, Robert Schleck, asserted there was no quarry operation going on at Lepeuli; it was stone removal. The property is currently used for cattle grazing, and removing the rock heaps frees pasture. The rocks taken were used to restore two of the island’s reservoirs, he said.
Lepeuli Quarry Oct 23 2011
But even a passing glance at pictures taken at your website confirmed that the stone were really excavated from an outcrop, not from clearing a pasture of rocks piled up by preceding farming operations. This can be verified in a letter from Univ. of Hawaii Volcanologist Scott Rowland sent to community activist Richard Spacer. Mr. Spacer is also the Naturist Action Committee Area Representative with responsibility for Hawaii, and founded Kauai Naturists, which is both a social group as well as a political action group.
One particular photo shows what used to be the Lepeuli Stream, where they got the stone from, a stream which Waioli refused existed. Like many Hawaiian streams, the water was once redirected to the sugar cane fields. Today with that practice gone, Native Hawaiians are demanding that water flow back into the streams. Water rights are a public trust and not private property according to recent case law, a fact either lost or denied on the part of the corporation.
On Aug. 23, 2011, County Planning Director Michael Dahilig sent a zoning compliance notice to landowner Waioli Corporation, telling them to cease and desist industrial work at Lepeuli and relocate to an appropriate land use district.
During our review, there was evidence of quarrying, therefore a violation notice was sent to Waioli Corporation, Dahilig said, but the corporation was also allowed to remove already crushed stone as part of an arrangement.
According to Richard Spacer, lots of people in the community consider both years of harassment was a prelude to getting the whole area sanitized for the stone quarry operation.
Laymon and Waioli simply didn’t need the people to wander around and notice such activity, but the people took notice anyway. For over a year trucks hauled stone from the place and the quarrying created, loud noise, dust, and truck traffic.
You’ll find , says Spacer, requiring licenses in Hawaii for many actions, for example erecting fences and quarrying. Waioli didn’t trouble to apply for a license to quarry. None would have been allowed if they did, so they really went ahead and quarried anyhow in breach of regulations. It was a multi-million dollar project. Laymon also broken his county permit that said the lateral, coastal trail could not be blocked.”
To date, no harassment of naturist beach users has taken place for several months. Spacer has a petition before the Kauai County Planning Commission to revoke the SMA permit of Paradise Ranch and order the fencing removed with fines levied. His petition was deferred forever.
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