Public Notice | April 2024

0
48

Burial Notice: Kealakekua, South Kona

All persons having information concerning an unmarked Native Hawaiian burial present within TMK: (3) 8-2-014:043, a 1.13-acre parcel in Kealakekua Ahupuaʻa, South Kona District, Island of Hawaiʻi are hereby requested to contact Christian Omerod, Burial Sites Specialist, State Historic Preservation Division (SHPD), (808) 933-7650, 40 Poʻokela Street, Hilo, HI 96720; or Solomon H. Kailihiwa III, M.S., P.O. Box 1213, Captain Cook, Hawaiʻi 96704, (808) 493-8884. Treatment of the burial will occur in accordance with HRS, Chapter 6E. The applicant, The Friends of Amy B.H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden, proposes to preserve the burial in place in accordance with a plan prepared in consultation with any identified descendants and with the approval of the Hawaiʻi Island Burial Council. All interested parties should respond within thirty (30) days of this notice and provide information to SHPD adequately demonstrating lineal descent from the Native Hawaiian remains, or cultural descent from ancestors buried in the same ahupuaʻa. Family names associated with the property ahupuaʻa identified through historical document research include: Kuakini, Kaonohi, Kaioku, Keaka, Kaaiahuli, Ialua, Papaula, Keohokalole, Hale, Hawea, Keanu, Kamakaliilii, Hiwa, Koko, Laiolii, Kualaikia, Lono, Kamauli, and Kaikuaana.

Honoapiʻilani Road

Scientific Consultant Services, Inc. is seeking information about cultural resources and traditional, previously or ongoing, cultural activities within or near the proposed Lower Honoapiʻilani Road Complete Streets Project, Kahana, Mailepai, and ʻAlaeloa Ahupuaʻa, Lāhainā District, Island of Maui, Hawaiʻi [TMK: (2) 4-3-010:999 (portion), (2) 4-3-005:999 (portion), (2) 4-3-019:999 (portion), (2) 4-3-015:999 (portion), (2) 4-3-003:999 (portion)]. The project involves a 7,500-foot-long corridor on Lower Honoapiʻilani Road (also called Lower Honoapiʻilani Highway) between Hoʻohui Road and Napilihau Street in Lāhainā. Please respond to gloria@scshawaii.com within 30 days.

ʻŌuli Ahupuaʻa

Kulaiwi Archaeology, LLC is conducting a cultural impact assessment (CIA) for TMK: (3) 6-2-001:074 and 075, located in ʻŌuli Ahupuaʻa, South Kohala District on the Island of Hawaiʻi. The landowner currently proposes to develop affordable housing within a 15-acre portion of the parcels. All persons having information on traditional cultural practices and places located within ʻŌuli Ahupuaʻa and the vicinity of the project parcel are hereby requested to contact Solomon Kailihiwa, skailihiwa@kulaiwiarchaeology.com, (808)493-8884, within thirty (30) days of this notice.

Kīhei, Waiakoa Ahupuaʻa, Makawao District

Scientific Consultant Services, Inc. is seeking information about cultural resources and traditional, previously or ongoing, cultural activities within or near the proposed Kaiola Place Sewer and Main Laterals Project in Kīhei, Waiakoa Ahupuaʻa, Makawao District, Island of Maui, Hawaiʻi [TMK: (2) 3-9-001:032, 076, 139, 146, 150; (2) 3-9-024:003, 004, 031, 032, 034; (2) 3-9-029:021, 020]. Please respond to gloria@scshawaii.com within 15 days.