Butch Gima

Lanaians for Sensible Growth

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Resident of Lanai and the president of Lanaians for Sensible Growth

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Larry Ellison, the billionaire founder of Oracle, plans to pay cash for the Hawaiian island of Lanai — 88,000 acres of land with two resorts, two golf courses, a stable and no traffic…

Oracle Chief to buy Lanai

Larry Ellison, the billionaire founder of Oracle, plans to pay cash for the Hawaiian island of Lanai — 88,000 acres of land with two resorts, two golf courses, a stable and no traffic…

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