OAHU (HawaiiNewsNow) - It’s a treasure trove of ancient Hawaiian history in West Oahu. But a bureaucratic standoff is threatening to derail its preservation.
A stockpile of contaminated soil and old military infrastructure has stopped development for a new cultural learning center.
The Kalaeloa Heritage and Legacy Foundation is now in a lease dispute with the state over how to get rid of the problem.
“These people here lived a subsistence lifestyle based on ocean resources,” Shad Kane, the Kalaeloa Herritage Park Manager said.