Many people refer to this as the "Mauka-Makai" rule. Towers should be built perpendicular to the ocean and mountains. This rule is also common sense, and it plans for the future of other developments. It allows at least a partial view of the ocean, sky and mountains from both sides, versus no view. Also, the fact that this lot is at the End of a street. Pedestrians and motorists on Launiu St. will only see a 350-foot tall tower at the end of the street, with no opening on either side of it. Where is the community sense in this?