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Keonepoko Iki Ahupua‘a

ASM Affiliates is preparing a Cultural Impact Assessment (CIA) to support proposed development of TMK: (3) 1-5-009:056, located in Keonepoko Iki Ahupua‘a, Puna District, Island of Hawai‘i. We are seeking consultation with any community members that might have knowledge of traditional cultural uses of the proposed project area; or who are involved in any ongoing cultural practices that may be occurring on or in the general vicinity of the subject properties, which may be impacted by the proposed project. If you have and can share any such information please contact Ivana Hall ihall@asmaffiliates.com, or Aoloa Santos asantos@asmaffiliates.com, phone (808) 969-6066, mailing address ASM Affiliates 507A E. Lanikaula Street, Hilo, HI 96720.

Pu‘unani Homestead

Scientific Consultant Services, Inc. (SCS) is seeking information on cultural resources and traditional, previously or on-going, cultural activities within or near the proposed Pu‘unani Homestead project area. The proposed project will consist of the development of a State of Hawai‘i, Department of Hawaiian Home Lands (DHHL) subdivision comprised of 137 turn-key homes and 24 vacant lots, for a total of 161 homes and lots, to be located in Waikapū Ahupua‘a, Wailuku District, Island of Maui, Hawai‘i [TMK: (2) 3-5-002:002]. The 48.23-acre project area is owned by the State of Hawai‘i, Department of Hawaiian Home Lands.

Cultural Impact Assessment Notice

Information requested by Scientific Consultant Services, Inc. of past and ongoing cultural practices on 5.0499 acres of land in Kūkūau 1st Ahupua‘a, South Hilo District, Island of Hawai‘i, TMK: (3) 2-4-025: 048, 053 and 080. Please respond within 30 days to Glenn Escott at (808) 938-0968.

Cultural Impact Assessment Notice

Honua Consulting is preparing a Cultural Impact Assessment (CIA) in conjunction with the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the New Aloha Stadium Entertainment District. The Proposed Action will encompass the construction of a new stadium facility in addition to related ancillary development that will serve to create a New Aloha Stadium Entertainment District on the existing Aloha Stadium site in Hālawa. The existing Aloha Stadium site is an 88-acre parcel located on the southern portion of the island of O‘ahu. The project area is located within the ahupua‘a of Hālawa in the moku of ‘Ewa, Tax Map Key (TMK) (1) 9-9-003:61. Honua Consulting is conducting primary research both in English and ‘Ölelo Hawai‘i to identify valued cultural, historical, or natural resources in the project area, including the extent to which traditional and customary Native Hawaiian rights are or were historically exercised in the project area or surrounding ahupua‘a. We are seeking to interview and consult with cultural or lineal descendants or other knowledgeable individuals who may have information about cultural resources and practices in the project area or surrounding ahupua‘a. Interested parties may contact Dr. Kehaulani Watson by email at admin@honuaconsulting, by phone at (808) 392-1617, or via USPS at 4348 Wai‘alae Ave. #254 Honolulu, HI 96816.

Burial Notice: Ka‘ohe 1st and 3rd Ahupua‘a, South Kona District, Hawai‘i Island, Hawai‘i

Notice is hereby given that human remains were documented during an Archaeological Inventory Survey of 71.908 acres of land [TMK: (3) 8-7-009: 005] in Ka‘ohe 1st and 3rd Ahupua‘a, South Kona District, Hawai‘i Island, Hawai‘i. The lands are associated with Land Grant 1973 to Pahua. The Waha family and Victorine family were also associated with the property in more recent times. Proper treatment shall occur in accordance with Hawai‘i Revised Statutes, Chapter 6E regarding unmarked grave sites. The property owner proposes to preserve the burials in place for perpetuity, in accordance with a plan prepared in consultation with identified descendants and with the approval of the Hawai‘i Island Burial Council and SHPD. Interested persons are hereby requested to contact Jordan Kea Calpito, Burial Sites Specialist, State Historic Preservation Division (SHPD), (808) 933-7650, 40 Po‘okela Street, Hilo, Hawai‘i 96720 or Glenn Escott, Scientific Consultant Services, Inc., (808) 938-0968, PO Box 155 Kea‘au, HI. Please respond within 30 days of this notice to discuss appropriate treatment of the remains. Individuals responding must be able to adequately demonstrate lineal and/or cultural connection to the burials on the above referenced land.