OAHU ISLAND BURIAL COUNCIL MEETING
DATE: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2005
TIME: 10:00 A.M.
PLACE: DEPARTMENT OF LAND & NATURAL RESOURCES
1151 PUNCHBOWL STREET, ROOM 132
HONOLULU, HAWAII 96813
I. CALL TO ORDER & ROLL CALL
II. INTRODUCTION OF COUNCIL MEMBERS AND SHPD STAFF
III. OPENING REMARKS
IV. APPROVAL OF SEPTEMBER 14, 2005 MEETING MINUTES
V. COUNCIL ACTIONSA. Discussion regarding appeals process on council decisions [§6E-43(c), HRS and §13-300-51, HAR]
B. Discussion on appropriate Hawaiian organizations [§6E-43.5(f)(5), HRS and §13-300-24(c), HAR]
C. Oahu Island Burial Council's role as possible claimants in the NAGPRA process relative to the "Forbes Cave," Kawaihae Ahupuaa, Kohala District, Island of Hawaii
D. Election of Chair & Vice-Chair [§6E-43.5(f)(4), HRS, §13-300-24(e), HAR, and §92-9(a)(3), HRS]
VI. SHPD INADVERTENT DISCOVERY REPORTA. Palehua Heiau, Honouliuli Ahupuaa, Ewa District, Oahu [TMK: (1) 9-2-05: 336]
VII. ANNOUNCEMENTSA. September 2, 2005 U. S. Army letter and enclosures regarding unexploded ordinances surface and sub-surfaced clearance activities at combined facilities for Kahuku Training, Oahu, Hawaii [Enclosures: Archaeological Monitoring Plan and Cultural Monitoring Plan]
B. September 21, 2005 U. S. Army letter regarding remediate transformer oil in locations at Ft. Shafter and Ft. DeRussy
C. Advisory Council on Historic Preservation letter and enclosures regarding ACHP's Human Remains Policy Statement (September 2005)
Pursuant to §92-3, HRS, all interested persons shall be afforded an opportunity to present oral testimony or submit data, views, or arguments, in writing on any agenda item. Additionally, pursuant to a policy adopted by the Oahu Island Burial Council at its September 14, 2005 meeting, oral testimony for items listed on the agenda is limited to four minutes which is subject to extension by the Council as determined by the Chair.
Pursuant to sections 92-4, 92-5(a)(8), and 6E-43.5, Hawaii Revised Statutes (HRS), and upon compliance with the procedures set forth in section 92-4, HRS, the council may go into a closed meeting to consider information that involves the location or description of a burial site.
A request to be placed on a burial council meeting agenda must be made with the Burial Sites Program staff at least two weeks preceding the scheduled meeting date. In addition, the request must be accompanied by all related documentation. Failure to comply with this procedure will delay the item to the following month's agenda.
Materials related to items on the agenda are available for review at the State Historic Preservation Division in room 555 of the Kakuhihewa Building located at 601 Kamokila Boulevard, Kapolei, Hawaii 96707, and will also be available at the meeting. Persons with disabilities requiring special assistance should contact the division in advance at (808) 692-8015.
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