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Despite warnings and pleas, rail line still headed toward 'Burials Central'

By Kehaunani Abad

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Apr 29, 2012

~~<p>As early as 2005, the Oahu Island Burial Council (OIBC) raised red flags about the elevated heavy rail project affecting Hawaiian burials.</p>
<p>Three years later, after learning of the city's plans, the OIBC protested the selected rail alignment because it would collide with burial concentrations.</p>
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As early as 2005, the Oahu Island Burial Council (OIBC) raised red flags about the elevated heavy rail project affecting Hawaiian burials.

Three years later, after learning of the city's plans, the OIBC protested the selected rail alignment because it would collide with burial concentrations. Login for more...



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