All persons having information concerning unmarked burials outside of designated cemeteries, in the Villages at Laiopua project area (formerly the Kealakehe Planned Community Project Area), Kealakehe and Keahuolu Ahupuaa, or in Honokôhau Ahupuaa, North Kona District, Island of Hawaii (TMK:7-04-08:17,Por.12;7-04-08:var), are hereby requested to contact the following persons: Mrs. Ruby McDonald, Liaison, Office of Hawaiian Affairs (West Hawaii), (808) 327-9525, 75-5706 Hanama Place, Suite 107, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740; Dr. Paul H. Rosendahl, Principal Archaeologist, PHRI, (808) 969-1763, 224 Waianuenue Avenue, Hilo, HI 96720; and/or Mr. Keola Lindsey, Burial Sites Program, DLNR-State Historic Preservation Division, (808) 327-3690 or 327-3691, 74-383 Kealakehe Parkway, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740. Contact must be made within thirty days of publication of this notice, and informants must provide information adequately demonstrating descent from the Native Hawaiian remains, or descent from ancestors buried in the same ahupuaa or district as the human remains. Land parcels that may be associated with the unmarked burials include Land Grant S-15941; Land Commission Award 9971:9 to W. P. Leleiohoku, Land Commission Award 8452 to Ana Keohokalole; Land Commission Award 11216:36 to M. Kekauonohi; and FP 2041 and FP 2128. It is currently proposed that the remains be preserved in place.
(SB05528423 4/1, 4/4, 4/6/07)