COMPLETELY INACCESSIBLE PORTALS
If a portal is completely inaccessible, shouldn’t it be removed, especially if no one has been able to access it after many years? If that portal is located in a county that is closed to the public by state law, shouldn’t it be removed? If it is against the law to access any part of that county, by boat, by tour, by fly-overs, by any means whatsoever, shouldn’t it be removed? The Kalaupapa Lighthouse is in Kalawao County, which is closed to the general public and commercial tours (per authority under HRS 326) in alignment with CDC and Hawaii State Department of Health guidance, and it has been for YEARS now. https://intel.ingress.com/intel?pll=21.209539,-156.969691&z=17
The county is a CLOSED COUNTY per State Law. Enough is Enough. There needs to be a rule regarding this. “Trespassers will be arrested and fined”. The county is closed and the path to access it is also closed. You can not fly over it due to its proximity to the Restricted airfield, closed to the public and tours, and boats are not allowed anywhere near that county due to it still being a leper colony. WHICH IS CLOSED TO ALL OUTSIDERS, visitors, tours, the public, etc.