Public Notice | September 2020

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Cultural Impact Assessment – Mālamalamaiki Ahupuaʻa, South Hilo District, Island Of Hawaiʻi

ASM Affiliates is preparing a Cultural Impact Assessment (CIA) for a single-family residence being proposed for a roughly 6.48-acre parcel (TMK: (3) 2-5-012:028) situated in Mālamalamaiki Ahupuaʻa (located south of Honomū Ahupuaʻa), South Hilo District, Island of Hawaiʻi. Please contact ASM Affiliates if you would like to participate or contribute to this study by sharing your manaʻo about any cultural or historical resources or other information you believe may be relevant. This includes, but not limited to, knowledge of past land use, history, traditional cultural uses of the proposed project area; or those who are involved in any ongoing cultural practices that may be occurring on or in the general vicinity of the subject property. If you have and can share any such information please contact Lokelani Brandt (lbrandt@asmaffiliates.com); phone (808) 969-6066, mailing address ASM Affiliates 507-A E. Lanikaula Street, Hilo, HI 96720. Mahalo.

Cultural Impact Assessment Assessment – The Waikōloa Village Solar Project

On behalf of EDF Renewables, ASM Affiliates is preparing a Cultural Impact Assessment (CIA) for the proposed Waikōloa Village Solar Project. The proposed solar site on TMK (3) 6-8-002:018 and 019 has a roughly 1,000-acre study area in Waikōloa Ahupuaʻa, South Kohala District, Island of Hawaiʻi. Please contact Lokelani Brandt if you would like to participate or contribute to this study by sharing your manaʻo about any cultural or historical resources or other information you believe may be relevant. This includes, but not limited to, knowledge of past land use, history, traditional cultural uses of the proposed project area; or those who are involved in any ongoing cultural practices that may be occurring on or in the general vicinity of the subject property. If you have and can share any such information please contact Lokelani Brandt (lbrandt@asmaffiliates.com); phone (808) 969-6066, mailing address ASM Affiliates 507-A E. Lanikaula Street, Hilo, HI 96720. Mahalo.

Cultural Impact Assessment – Kupehau Solar Project In Kunia, Honouliuli Ahupuaʻa

On behalf of the project owner, 174 Power Global, and its planning consultant, Group 70 International, Inc. dba G70, TCP Hawaiʻi, LLC, is preparing a Cultural Impact Assessment (CIA) for the Kupehau Solar project in Kunia, Honouliuli Ahupuaʻa. The project area at TMK (1) 9-2-004:008 is 400 acres. These lands are located two miles west of Kunia Road and the Royal Kunia neighborhood. Please contact Chris Monahan at (808) 754-0304 or mookahan@gmail.com if you would like more information; or if you would like to participate or contribute to this study by sharing your manaʻo about any cultural or historical resources or other information you believe may be relevant. This could include moʻolelo (oral history) or any recollections about the project area in the past, or use of these lands that may include (in the past or currently) traditional and customary practices. Mahalo nui!

Cultural Impact Assessment – The Department Of Water Supply Lālāmilo 10MG Reservoir

ASM Affiliates is preparing a Cultural Impact Assessment (CIA) for the proposed County of Hawaiʻi Department of Water Supply Lālāmilo 10MG Reservoir located on a roughly 10-acre portion of TMK: (3) 6-8-001:001, Waikōloa Ahupuaʻa, South Kohala District, Island of Hawaiʻi. Please contact ASM Affiliates if you would like to participate or contribute to this study by sharing your manaʻo about any cultural or historical resources or other information you believe may be relevant. This includes, but not limited to, knowledge of past land use, history, traditional cultural uses of the proposed project area; or those who are involved in any ongoing cultural practices that may be occurring on or in the general vicinity of the subject property. If you have and can share any such information please contact Lokelani Brandt (lbrandt@asmaffiliates.com); phone (808) 969-6066, mailing address ASM Affiliates 507-A E. Lanikaula Street, Hilo, HI 96720. Mahalo.

Cultural Impact Assessment – Hāna

Scientific Consultant Services, Inc. (SCS) is seeking information on cultural resources and traditional, previously conducted or on-going, traditional cultural activities in the vicinity of proposed improvements to six historic bridges along Hāna Highway (Hāna Belt Road, Route 360) on the Island of Maui. The bridges include Kailua Stream Bridge (Mile Post [MP] 5.9), Makanali Stream Bridge (MP 8.2), Puohokamoa Stream Bridge (MP 11.0), Kopiliʻula Stream Bridge (MP 21.7) and staging area, ʻUlaʻino Stream Bridge (MP 27.9), and Mokulehua Stream Bridge (MP 28.3) in the Ahupuaʻa of Puʻuomāile, and Pāpaʻaea, East Makaïwa, Kōlea, Loiloa, Kaliae, Kekuapawela, ʻUlaʻino, and Makapuʻu, Hāmākualoa and Koʻolau Districts, Island of Maui, Hawaiʻi [TMK: [2] 1-1-001:022, 023, 036, 042, 044, and 052, [2] 1-2-001:003, [2] 1-2-004:005, [2]-1-2-003:001 and 005, [2] 1-3-002:020 and 023, [2] 2-9-010:001, [2] 2-9-014:001, [2] 2-9-012:041, [2] 2-9-013:015, and Hāna Highway Right-of-Way]. The proposed action is being conducted by the Federal Highway Administration, Central Federal Lands Highway Division, in partnership with the State of Hawaii Department of Transportation. The Hāna Belt Road is designated as State Inventory of Historic Places (SIHP) State Site # 50-50-va-01638. In 2001, the Hāna Belt Road was added to the National Register of Historic Places (National Register Reference # 01000615). Please respond within 30 days to Cathleen Dagher, Senior Archaeologist, at (808) 597-1182.

Cultural Impact Assessment – Kahului, Wailuku Ahupuaʻa

Scientific Consultant Services, Inc. (SCS) is seeking information on cultural resources and traditional, previously or on-going, traditional cultural activities in the vicinity of the proposed Department of Transportation (DOT) Kahului Baseyard Improvement Project in Kahului, Wailuku Ahupuaʻa, Wailuku District, Island of Maui, Hawaiʻi [TMK: (2) 3-8-079:018 por.]. The Department of Transportation proposes to make various improvements at the Kahului Baseyard facility, which was constructed approximately 40 years ago. The project site encompasses a 5.2-acre portion of an approximately 22-acre parcel. The majority of the site is paved and has several buildings utilized for agency operations including a district office, maintenance, industrial repair, and industrial storage facilities. Some components of the facility have reached the end of their useful life. Proposed improvements include the replacement of a wash rack and increasing the volume and operational capacity of the existing fuel station. New fuel tanks will be placed on relatively the same footprint as the originals, with secondary containment systems in place to provide protection in the case of any fuel spills. Photovoltaic systems may be installed on all existing buildings subject to the availability of funding. Please respond within 30 days to Cathleen Dagher, Senior Archaeologist, at (808) 597-1182 or via email (cathy@scshawaii.com).