Army seeks input at public meeting on archaeological survey
Interested individuals can view the survey report online.

WAIANAE, Hawaii -- The Army hosted a public meeting, July 29, to seek public comments on its archaeological survey at Makua Military Reservation.

The meeting included an informational display viewing, and Army staff provided a brief overview of the survey, followed by a facilitated public comment period.

The survey report is available online and at the Waianae, Kapolei, Wahiawa and Waialua public libraries, under the title "Archaeological Subsurface Survey in Areas B through F at M?kua Military Reservation, M?kua Ahupua'a Wai'anae District, O'ahu Island, Hawai'i."

The 60-day public comment period for the survey runs through Aug. 13.

-- Mail
Individuals can submit comments for the survey via email or mail. See the link for "Community Relations," and send mail here:

U.S. Army Garrison--Hawaii, Environmental Division
Attn: Makua Archaeological Subsurface Survey--Public Comments
948 Santos Dumont Ave.
Schofield Barracks, HI 96857

Again, comments must be emailed or postmarked no later than Aug. 13.

In consideration of the environment, hard copies of the report are available upon request; call (808) 656-3089.

-- On the Web
Interested individuals can view or download the survey report online. Click "2014 Archaeological Subsurface Survey" on the left side of the link.

-- Telephone
Questions? Call (808) 656-3160.

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