Executive Order 10648

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Signed by President  Dwight D. Eisenhower  Thursday, December 8, 1955 Federal Register  page & date: 20 FR 9287, Tuesday, December 13, 1955
See the Notes section for a list of Executive Orders affected by or related to the issuance of this Executive Order.

Executive Order 10648 of December 8, 1955

Restoring Certain Lands Comprising Portions of the Fort Ruger Military Reservation to the Jurisdiction of the Territory of Hawaii


Whereas certain lands at Kapahulu, Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, which form a part of the public lands ceded and transferred to the United States by the Republic of Hawaii under the joint resolution of annexation of July 7, 1898, 30 Stat. 750, were reserved for military purposes of the United States and constitute a part of Tract No. 1 of the Fort Ruger Military Reservation, described by Executive Order No. 6408 of November 7, 1933, as modified by Executive Orders No. 6468 of November 29, 1933, No. 10268 of July 5, 1951, No. 10453 of May 18, 1953, and No. 10496 of October 14, 1953; and

Whereas portions of such lands are needed by the Territory of Hawaii for National Guard, Air National Guard, and civil-defense purposes; and

Whereas present military requirements are sufficiently provided for by the terms and provisions of this order; and

Whereas it is deemed advisable and in the public interest that Parcels 1 to 6 inclusive, hereinafter described, comprising portions of Tract No. 1, referred to in the first paragraph of this order, be restored to the possession, use, and control of the Territory of Hawaii, subject to the limitations hereinafter set forth;

Now Therefore, by virtue of the authority vested in me by section 91 of the act of April 30, 1900, 31 Stat. 159, as amended by section 7 of the act of May 27, 1910, 36 Stat. 447, it is ordered as follows:


PART I[edit]

The following-described parcels of land, located at Kapahulu, Honolulu, Island, of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, comprising portions of Tract No. 1 of Fort Ruger Military Reservation, are hereby restored to the possession, use, and control of the Territory of Hawaii (hereinafter referred to as the Territory), subject to the limitations hereinafter set forth:
PARCEL 1[edit]

Beginning at concrete monument No. 1-J (brass plate set in coral) of Fort Ruger Military Reservation, at the northeast corner of this parcel of land, being also the initial point of Land Court Application 1453 and located on the boundary of B. P. Bishop land (as shown on map by Department Engineer's Office, entitled "Fort Ruger Military Reservation", dated June 25, 1933, File Number 6-1-25 F. 33, Case A"), the coordinates of the said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "LEAHI" being 1205.18’ North and 6915.49’ East, thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from True South:

  1. 32° 10’ 00’’ 197.98 feet along B. P. Bishop land to concrete monument No. 1-H;
  2. 347° 49’ 45’’ 70.77 feet along B. P. Bishop land to concrete monument No. 1-G;
  3. 8° 09’ 20’’ 129.93 feet along B. P. Bishop land to concrete monument No. 1-F;
  4. 27° 35’ 30’’ 239.96 feet along B. P. Bishop land to concrete monument No. 1-4;
  5. 65° 29’ 35’’ 64.63 feet along B. P. Bishop land to concrete monument No. 1-D;
  6. 53° 03’ 50’’ 428.92 feet along B. P. Bishop land to concrete monument No. 1-C;
  7. 64° 14’ 50’’ 434.68 feet along B. P. Bishop land to concrete monument No. 1-B;
  8. 346° 49’ 30’’ 141.43 feet along B. P. Bishop land to concrete monument No. 26-Q, from which the true azimuth and distance to a concrete monument known as secondary triangulation Station "KUPIKIPIKIO", established by the Department of Engineer's Office is 346° 49’ 30’’ 171.42 feet and from said "KUPIKIPIKIO" Station, the true azimuths and distances to Government Survey Triangulation Stations are as follows:
    (a) to "LEAHI" 91° 26’ 51’’ 5975.54 feet;
    (b) to "KALEPEAMOA" 192° 21’ 06’’ 14504.89 feet.
  9. 77° 43’ 45’’ 402.95 feet along the north side of Kahala Avenue to concrete monument No. 26-P;
  10. 78° 51’ 20’’ 981.50 feet along the north side of Kahala Avenue to concrete monument No. 26-O;

Thence along the north side of Diamond Head Road for the next fourteen (14) courses, described as follows:

  1. 76° 37’ 00’’ 478.94 feet to concrete monument No. 26-N;
  2. Thence on a curve to the left having a radius of 603.69 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being: 64° 57’ 00’’ 244.15 feet to concrete monument No. 26-M;
  3. 53° 17’ 00’’ 318.61 feet to concrete monument No. 26-L;
  4. Thence on a curve to the right having a radius of 686.78 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being: 61° 32’ 27’’ 197.29 feet to concrete monument No. 26-K;
  5. 69° 47’ 55’’ 558.20 feet to concrete monument No. 26-J;
  6. 65° 38’ 33’’ 1067.58 feet to concrete monument No. 26-I;
  7. Thence on a curve to the right having a radius of 543.69 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being: 76° 15’ 07’’ 200.20 feet to concrete monument No. 26-H;
  8. 86° 51’ 41’’ 285.85 feet to concrete monument No. 26-G;
  9. Thence on a curve to the right having a radius of 686.78 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being: 93° 35’ 48’’ 161.08 feet to concrete monument No. 26-F;
  10. 100° 19’ 55’’ 1319.22 feet to a 1 ½ inch galvanized from pipe marking concrete monument No. 26-E;
  11. Thence on a curve to the left having a radius of 603.69 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being: 91° 31’ 46’’ 184.77 feet to concrete monument No. 26-D;
  12. 82° 43’ 36’’ 206.27 feet to concrete monument No. 26-C;
  13. Thence on a curve to the right having a radius of 380.28 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being: 96° 57’ 30’’ 186.97 feet to azimuth and distance being: 96° 57’ 30’’ 186.97 feet to concrete monument No. 26-B;
  14. 111° 11’ 24’’ 22.75 feet to concrete monument No. 26-A;
  15. 124° 30’ 00’’ 635.89 feet along reservation boundary to concrete monument No. 26;
  16. 213° 18’ 10’’ 200.69 feet along reservation boundary to concrete monument No. 25;
  17. 212° 00’ 00’’ 269.00 feet along reservations boundary to concrete monument No. 24;
  18. 307° 00’ 00’’ 610.00 feet along Parcel 6;
  19. 380° 00’ 00’’ 1290.00 feet along Parcel 6;
  20. 271° 00’ 00’’ 1410.00 feet along Parcel 6;
  21. 250° 00’ 00’’ 680.00 feet along Parcel 6;
  22. 241° 00’ 00’’ 320.00 feet along Parcel 6;
  23. 231° 00’ 00’’ 320.00 feet along Parcel 6;
  24. 216° 00’ 00’’ 1482.80 feet along Parcel 6;
  25. 287° 20’ 00’’ 212.50 feet along Parcel 6;
  26. 305° 00’ 00’’ 640.00 feet along Parcel 6;
  27. 300° 00’ 00’’ 280.00 feet along Parcel 6;
  28. 240° 00’ 00’’ 540.00 feet along Parcel 6;
  29. 226° 00’ 00’’ 140.00 feet along Parcel 6;
  30. 205° 00’ 00’’ 480.00 feet along Parcel 6;
  31. 119° 00’ 00’’ 580.00 feet along Parcel 6;
  32. 208° 00’ 00’’ 620.00 feet along Parcel 6;
  33. 303° 04’ 00’’ 1110.00 feet to the point of beginning; and

containing an area of 87.143 acres.

Excepting and reserving to the United States of America Easement A, described in Part II of this order.


PARCEL 2[edit]

Beginning at the northerly corner of this parcel of land, the true azimuth and distance from concrete monument No. 10 of Fort Ruger Military Reservation (as shown on map by Department Engineer's Office, entitled "Fort Ruger Military Reservation", dated June 25, 1933, File Number 6-1-25 F. 33, Case "A") being 41° 08’ 50’’ 9.50 feet, and F. 33, Case "A") being 41° 08’ 50’’ 9.50 feet, and the coordinates of the said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "LEAHI" being 3004.21’ North and 565.87’ East, Triangulation Station "LEAHI" being 3004.21’ North and 565.87’ East, thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from True South:

  1. 320° 52’ 00’’ 51.38 feet along Diamond Head Reservoir Lot (restored to the Territory by Presidential Executive Order No. 6468 of November 29, 1933);
  2. 320° 52’ 00’’ 25.00 feet along former right-of-way for pipeline and roadway purposes designated as Parcel No. II in Presidential Executive Order No. 10453, dated May 18, 1953, which restored such parcel to the Territory);
  3. 320° 52’ 00’’ 14.92 feet along Diamond Head Reservoir Lot (restored to the Territory by Presidential Executive Order No. 6468 of November 29, 1933);
  4. 41° 08’ 50’’ 140.00 feet along same;
  5. 311° 08’ 50’’ 430.00 feet along same;
  6. 234° 49’ 13’’ 318.81 feet along same;
  7. 333° 08’ 40’’ 80.00 feet along Tract 1-C;
  8. 57° 16’ 00’’ 1100.42 feet along Parcel 6;
  9. 37° 30’ 00’’ 900.00 feet along Parcel 6;
  10. 30° 00’ 00’’ 1590.00 feet along Parcel 6;
  11. 40° 14’ 00’’ 312.27 feet along Reservoir Site (restored to the Territory by Executive Order No. 1377, dated June 26, 1911);
  12. 130° 14’ 00’’ 81.46 feet along land designated as Tract No. 1 in Presidential Executive Order No. 10268, dated July 5, 1951 (which restored such tract to the Territory) to concrete monument No. 18;
  13. 162° 31’ 20’’ 364.95 feet along reservation boundary to concrete monument No. 12-B;
  14. 209° 57’ 20’’ 705.81 feet along reservation boundary concrete monument No. 12-A;
  15. 207° 13’ 00’’ 1072.00 feet along reservation boundary to concrete monument No. 12;
  16. 224° 30’ 00’’ 931.86 feet along reservation boundary to concrete monument No. 11;
  17. 221° 18’ 50’’ 841.34 feet along reservation boundary to the point of beginning; and

containing an area of 35.553 acres.


PARCEL 3[edit]

Beginning at concrete monument No. 8 of Fort Ruger Military Reservation, at the northwest corner of this parcel of land (as shown on map by Department Engineer's Office, entitled "Fort Ruger Military Reservation", dated June 25, 1933, File Number 6-1-25 F. 33, Case "A"), the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "LEAHI" being 3666.64’ North and 1374.85’ East, thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from True South:

  1. 264° 38’ 50’’ 894.58 feet along reservation boundary;
  2. 359° 00’ 00’’ 191.09 feet along Parcel 6;
  3. 90° 27’ 00’’ 361.62 feet along Tract 1-C;
  4. Thence along Tract 1-C on a curve to the right having a radius of 2090.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being: 94° 43’ 30’’ 311.59 feet;
  5. 99° 00’ 00’’ 195.85 feet along Tract 1-C;
  6. 149° 35’ 30’’ 56.17 feet along reservation boundary to the point of beginning; and

containing an area of 2.716 acres.

Excepting and reserving to the United States of America Easements B, C, and D, described in Part II of this order, and further reserving to the United States of America a right of way along the south boundary of Parcel 3 for ingress to and egress from the tracts remaining in Fort Ruger Military Reservation (Part III of this order) until such time as the strip of land along the said south boundary shall be constituted a public street.


PARCEL 4[edit]

Beginning at concrete monument No. 3 of Fort Ruger Military Reservation at the north corner of this parcel of land, located on the west corner of the intersection of Puu Panini Avenue (formerly known as Diamond Head Avenue) and 18th Avenue (as shown on map by Department Engineer's Office, entitled "Fort Ruger Military Reservation", dated June 25, 1933, File Number 6-1-25 F. 33, Case "A"), the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "LEAH" being 2.918.41’ North and 4,284.06’ East, thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from True South:

  1. 303° 04’ 00’’ 56.26 feet along the southwest side of Puu Panini Avenue (formerly known as Diamond Head Avenue);
  2. 28° 30’ 00’’ 136.81 feet along Tract 1-D;
  3. Thence along Tract 1-D on a curve to the left having a radious of 72.86 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being: 352° 36’ 00’’ 85.45 feet;
  4. Thence along Parcel 6 on a curve to the left having a radius of 974.74 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being: 132° 12’ 30’’ 152.67 feet;
  5. 127° 43’ 00’’ 16.09 feet along Parcel 6;
  6. Thence along Parcel 6 on a curve to the left having a radius of 50.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being: 258° 06’ 30’’ 76.16 feet;
  7. 208° 30’ 00’’ 122.40 feet along Parcel 6 to the point of beginning; and

containing an area of 0.270 acres.

Excepting and reserving to the United States of America Easement E, described in Part II of this order.


PARCEL 5[edit]

Beginning at the northwest corner of this parcel of land, the west corner of the intersection of 22nd Avenue and Puu Panini Avenue (formerly known as Diamond Head Avenue), the true azimuth and distance from concrete monument 1-J (brass plate set in coral) of Fort Ruger Military Reservation (as shown on map by Department Engineer's Office, entitled "Fort Ruger Military Reservation", dated June 25, 1933, File Number 6-1-25 F. 33, Case "A") being 123° 04’ 00’’ 1729.34 feet, and the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "LEAHI" being 2148.73’ North and 5466.24’ East, thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from True South:

  1. 303° 04’ 00’’ 50.16 feet along the southwest side of Puu Panini Avenue (formerly known as Diamond Head Avenue);
  2. 28° 30’ 00’’ 754.26 feet along Parcel 6;
  3. Thence along Parcel 6 on a curve to the left having a radius of 50.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being; 2° 20’ 00’’ 44.10 feet;
  4. 156° 10’ 00’’ 189.50 feet along Parcel 6;
  5. Thence along Parcel 6 on a curve to the left having a radius of 50.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being; 272° 20’ 00’’ 89.75 feet;
  6. 208° 30’ 00’’ 642.46 feet along Parcel 6 to the point of beginning; and

containing an area of 0.929 acre.

Excepting and reserving to the United States of America Easement F, described in Part II of this order.


PARCEL 6[edit]

Beginning at the northeast corner of this parcel of land, the true azimuth and distance to concrete monument 1-J (brass plate set in coral) of Fort Ruger Military Reservation (as shown on map by Department of Fort Ruger Military Reservation (as shown on map by Department Engineer's Office, entitled "Fort Ruger Military Reservation", dated June 25, 1933, File No. 6-1-25 F. 33, Case "A"), being 303° 04’ 1110.00 feet and the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "LEAHI" being 1810.81’ North and 5985.27’ East, thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from True South:

  1. 28° 00’ 00’’ 620.00 feet along Parcel 1;
  2. 299° 00’ 00’’ 580.00 feet along Parcel 1;
  3. 25° 00’ 00’’ 480.00 feet along Parcel 1;
  4. 46° 00’ 00’’ 140.00 feet along Parcel 1;
  5. 60° 00’ 00’’ 540.00 feet along Parcel 1;
  6. 120° 00’ 00’’ 280.00 feet along Parcel 1;
  7. 125° 35’ 00’’ 640.00 feet along Parcel 1;
  8. 107° 20’ 00’’ 212.50 feet along Parcel 1;
  9. 36° 00’ 00’’ 1482.80 feet along Parcel 1;
  10. 51° 00’ 00’’ 320.00 feet along Parcel 1;
  11. 61° 00’ 00’’ 320.00 feet along Parcel 1;
  12. 70° 00’ 00’’ 680.00 feet along Parcel 1;
  13. 91° 00’ 00’’ 1410.00 feet along Parcel 1;
  14. 100° 00’ 00’’ 1290.00 feet along Parcel 1;
  15. 127° 00’ 00’’ 610.00 feet along Parcel 1 to concrete monument No. 24;
  16. 115° 35’ 00’’ 222.00 feet along reservation boundary to concrete monument No. 23;
  17. 205° 21’ 35’’ 195.54 feet along Reservoir Site (Restored to the Territory by Part II of Presidential Executive Order No. 1377, dated June 26, 1911) to concrete monument No. 22;
  18. 116° 32’ 40’’ 280.34 feet along same to concrete monument No. 21;
  19. 210° 00’ 00’’ 1590.00 feet along Parcel 2;
  20. 217° 30’ 00’’ 900.00 feet along Parcel 2;
  21. 237° 16’ 00’’ 1100.42 feet along Parcel 2;
  22. 252° 00’ 00’’ 790.00 feet along Tract 1-C;
  23. 264° 30’ 00’’ 780.00 feet along Tract 1-C;
  24. 148° 00’ 00’’ 480.00 feet along Tract 1-C;
  25. 145° 20’ 00’’ 204.04 feet along Tract 1-C;
  26. 90° 27’ 00’’ 46.93 feet along Tract 1-C;
  27. 179° 00’ 00’’ 191.08 feet along Parcel 3;
  28. 264° 38’ 50’’ 649.78 feet along reservation boundary to concrete monument No. 7;
  29. 303° 02’ 50’’ 1636.30 feet along Tract 1-A to concrete monument No. 3;
  30. 28° 30’ 00’’ 122.40 feet along the northwest side of Parcel 4;
  31. Thence along the north side of Parcel 4 on a curve to the right having a radius of 50.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being: 78° 06’ 30’’ 76.16 feet;
  32. 307° 43’ 00’’ 16.09 feet along the southwest end of Parcel 4;
  33. Thence along the southwest end of Parcel 4 on a curve to the right having a radius of 974.74 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being: 312° 12’ 30’’ 152.67 feet;
  34. 316° 42’ 00’’ 377.00 feet along Tract 1-D;
  35. 221° 30’ 00’’ 293.42 feet along Tract 1-D;
  36. 303° 04’ 00’’ 878.65 feet along the southwest side of Puu Panini Avenue (formerly known as Diamond Head Avenue);
  37. 28° 30’ 00’’ 642.46 feet along the northwest side of Parcel 5;
  38. Thence along the north side of Parcel 5 on a curve to the right having a radius of 50.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being: 92° 20’ 00’’ 89.75 feet;
  39. 336° 20’ 00’’ 189.50 feet along the southwest end of Parcel 5;
  40. Thence along the east side of Parcel 5 on a curve to the right having a radius of 50.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being: 182° 20’ 00’’ 44.10 feet;
  41. 208° 30’ 00’’ 754.26 feet along the southwest side of Parcel 5;
  42. 303° 04’ 00’’ 569.18 feet along the southwest side of Puu Panini Avenue (formerly known as Diamond Head Avenue) to the point of beginning.

Excluding, however, Tract 1-B, described in Part III of this order, leaving an area in Parcel 6 of 470.246 acres (the gross area incompassed within the metes and bounds of courses 1-42 being 473.187 acres and the area of Tract 1-B being 2.941 acres, leaving a net area of 470.246 acres).

Excepting and reserving to the United States of America rights of way crossing Parcel 6 at such locations as shall be mutually agreed upon between the Commanding General, United States Army of the Pacific, and the Adjutant General of the Territory or other head of the territorial department having the principal use and control of Parcel 6, for cable lines, for utilities of the United States of America or its licensees serving the tracts remaining in Fort Ruger Military Reservation (Part III of this order), and for ingress to and egress from the said tracts.

Provided, That until and unless permitted by the Department of the Army, Parcel 6 shall be used for National Guard, Air National Guard, or civil defense purposes only. If without such permission Parcel 6 shall be used for other purposes, in whole or in part, and such other use shall continue for a period of sixty days after notice to cease and desist therefrom, then Parcel 6, or the portion thereof in such other use, as the case may be, shall revert to the jurisdiction and control of the Department of the Army.


PART II[edit]

  1. There are reserved and set aside to the United States of America rights-of-way as follows:

    EASEMENT A[edit]

    Being a strip of land five (5.00) feet wide crossing Parcel 1, and extending two and one-half (2.50) feet on each side of the following described centerline:

    Beginning at the south end of this centerline, on the north side of Kahala Avenue, the true azimuth and distance from concrete monument No. 26-Q at the end of Course No. 8 of the description of Tract I being 77° 43’ 45’’ 9.21 feet and running by azimuths measured clockwise from True South:

    1. 166° 15’ 00’’ 103.01 feet;
    2. 169° 44’ 00’’ 148.68 feet;
    3. 167° 37’ 00’’ 112.62 feet;
    4. 166° 37’ 00’’ 18.36 feet;
    5. 163° 29’ 00’’ 28.34 feet to the north end of this centerline at the easterly boundary of Parcel 6; and

    containing an area of 2055 Square Feet or 0.047 acre.


    EASEMENT B[edit]

    Being a strip of land ten (10.00) feet wide crossing Parcel 3, and extending five (5.00) feet on each side of the following described centerline:

    Beginning at the west end of this centerline, on the south side of Parcel 3, the coordinates of the said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "LEAHI" being 3565.18’ North and 1805.19’ East, thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from True South:

    1. 262° 39’ 00’’ 5.76 feet;
    2. 264° 26’ 00’’ 158.53 feet;
    3. 270° 58’ 00’’ 159.84 feet;
    4. 272° 30’ 50’’ 140.27 feet to the east boundary of Parcel 3; and

    containing an area of 0.107 acre.


    EASEMENT C[edit]

    Being a strip of land five (5.00) feet wide crossing Parcel 3, and extending two and one-half (2.50) feet on each side of the following described centerline:

    Beginning at the west end of the centerline on the south side of Parcel 3, the co-ordinates of said point of beginning referred to government Survey Triangulation Station "LEAHI" being 3566.18’ North and 1788.70’ East, thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from True South:

    1. 260° 30’ 00’’ 210.84 feet;
    2. 275° 36’ 00’’ 273.27 feet to the east boundary of Parcel 3; and

    containing an area of 0.056 acre.


    EASEMENT D[edit]

    Being a strip of land ten (10.00) feet wide crossing Parcel 3, and extended five (5.00) feet on each side of the following described centerline:

    Beginning at the west end of this centerline, on the south side of Parcel 3, the coordinates of the said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "LEAHI" being 3567.16’ North and 1774.36’ East, thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from True South:

    1. 189° 55’ 00’’ 37.77 feet;
    2. 270° 32’ 00’’ 442.50 feet;
    3. 270° 27’ 00’’ 44.80 feet to the east boundary of Parcel 3; and

    containing an area of 0.121 acre.


    EASEMENT E[edit]

    Section 1.— Being a strip of land ten (10.00) feet wide crossing Parcel 4, and extending five (5.00) feet on each side of the following described centerline;

    Beginning at the north end of this centerline, on the northwest side of Parcel 4, the true azimuth and distance from concrete monument No. 3 at the initial point of the above-described Parcel 4 being: 28° 30’ 00’’ 110.74 feet and running by azimuths measured clockwise from True South:

    1. 355° 40’ 00’’ 100.35 feet to the northerly side of Parcel 6; and

    containing an area of 0.023 acre.


    Section 2.— Being a strip of land ten (10.00) feet wise crossing Parcel 4, and extending five (5.00) feet on each side of the following described centerline:

    Beginning at the east end of this centerline, on the southwest side of Puu Panini Avenue (formerly known as Diamond Head Avenue), the true azimuth and distance from concrete monument No. 3 at the initial point of the above described description being: 303° 04’ 00’’ 13.20 feet and running by azimuths measured clockwise from True South:

    1. 39° 45’ 00’’ 67.44 feet to the northwest side of Parcel 4; and

    containing an area of 0.015 acre.


    EASEMENT F[edit]

    Being a strip of land ten (10.00) feet wide crossing Parcel 5, and extending five (5.00) feet on each side of the following described centerline:

    Beginning at the west end of this centerline, on the northwest side of Parcel 5, the true azimuth and distance from the initial point of the above-described Parcel 5 being: 28° 30’ 00’’ 75.40 feet and running by azimuths measured clockwise from True South:

    1. 332° 42’ 00’’ 3.06 feet;
    2. 289° 14’ 00’’ 48.10 feet to the southeast side of Tract V; and
    containing an area of 0.012 acre.

  2. The premises above described as "Easement A" and "Easement C" shall be used only for underground cable lines for the Signal Corps, the premises above described as "Easement B" shall be used only for underground water lines serving Tract 1-C, described in Part III of this order, and the premises above described as "Easement E" and "Easement F" shall be used only for underground sewer lines serving the tracts remaining in Fort Ruger Military Reservation (Part III of this order), including in each case the construction use, inspection, maintenance, replacement and removal therefor.

  3. The Territory of Hawaii and the City & County of Honolulu, or either of them, shall have the right to relocate the aforesaid cable lines, water lines, sewer lines and facilities at no cost to the United States of America, provided that such relocation shall be acceptable to the Commanding General, United States Army of the Pacific, and that the United States of America shall be furnished a map showing the new location of the lines and facilities, whereupon Easement A, Easement B, Easement C, Easement E, or Easement F, as the case may be, shall be deemed to be re-established at such new location.

  4. In the event the enjoyment of Easement A, B, C, E, or F, by the United States requires excavation or other disturbance of the surface, the premises shall, so far as and as soon as possible, be restored by the United States to the condition in which they existed prior to the commencement of such work.

  5. The Territory of Hawaii and the City & County of Honolulu, or either of them, shall have the right to improve and use the surface of the premises above described as "Easement A", "Easement B", Easement C", "Easement E", and "Easement F", as and for public roads, and if heretofore or hereafter so improved and so used in the United States of America shall comply with all laws, regulations and ordinances of the Territory of Hawaii and City & County of Honolulu relating to excavation or other disturbance of the surface of a public road unless in conflict with the laws of the United States, and the United States of America shall plan any such excavation or other disturbance so as to cause a minimum amount of interference with traffic on the road.

  6. The premises above described as "Easement D" shall be used only for overhead electric-light and power lines serving Tract 1-C, including the construction, use, inspection, maintenance, replacement and removal thereof, and of necessary facilities therefor, by the United States of America, or its licensees.

  7. The facilities of the United States of America and its licensees, installed or maintained in the enjoyment of Easement D, shall be so placed and regulated that at no cost to the Territory of Hawaii or City & County of Honolulu there shall be an unobstructed strip of land forty feet wide lying along the south boundary of Parcel 3, for use as a public street.

  8. The Territory of Hawaii and the City & County of Honolulu, or either of them, shall have the right to relocate the electric-light and power lines and facilities installed or maintained in the enjoyment of Easement D, which relocation shall, save in case of non-compliance with paragraph 7, be at no cost to the United States of America and be acceptable to the Commanding General, United States Army of the Pacific. In the event of such relocation the United States of America shall be furnished a map showing the new location of the electric-light and power lines and facilities, whereupon Easement D shall be deemed to be re-established at such new location.

  9. Save as required for the enjoyment of the easements reserved and set aside to the United States of America by this order, the premises above described as "Easement A" shall form a part of Parcel 1, the premises above described as "Easement B", "Easement B", and "Easement D" shall form a part of Parcel 3, the premises above described as "Easement E" shall form a part of Parcel 4, and the premises above described as "Easement F" shall form a part of Parcel 5.


PART III[edit]

The true intent and meaning of this order are that, after restoring to the Territory of Hawaii Parcels 1 to 6 inclusive, there shall be remain of the land reserved for military purposes, described by Executive Order No. 6408 of November 7, 1933, as modified by Executive Orders No. 6468 of November 29, 1933, No. 10268 of July 5, 1951, No. 10453 of May 18, 1953, and No. 10496 of October 14, 1953, the following constituting the Fort Ruger Military Reservation:


  1. Portions of Tract No. 1 (so designated and described by Executive Order No. 6408 of November 7, 1933), located at Kapahulu, Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, and described as follows:

    TRACT 1−A[edit]

    Being the area bounded by Makapuu, Kilauea, and 18th Avenues and the south side of Diamond Head Avenue (abandoned). Being all of the lands conveyed to the United States of America as follows:

    (a)  Blocks 68, 69, 75, 81, 82, 88, 89, 95, 96, and 97, Waialae Tract (recorded in the Bureau of Conveyances at Honolulu in Liber 235, Pages 251-252) conveyed by a deed of Arthur A. Wilder, dated November 29, 1904, recorded in the Bureau of Conveyances at Honolulu in Liber 264, Pages 209-211, by a deed of A. B. Gear and wife and T. F. Lansing and wife, dated November 26, 1904, recorded in the Bureau of Conveyances at Honolulu in Liber 264, Pages 212-214, and by a deed of Gear, Lansing & Co. by Trustees, dated November 26, 1904, recorded in the Bureau of Conveyances at Honolulu in Liber 264, Pages 215-218;
    (b)  Diamond Head Avenue (abandoned) was conveyed by a deed of Trent Trust Company, Limited, dated December 17, 1910, recorded in the Bureau of Conveyances at Honolulu in Liber 352, Pages 7-10.

    Beginning at concrete monument No. 5 of Fort Ruger Military Reservation, at the north corner of this parcel of land, located on the south corner of Kilauea and Makapuu Avenues' intersection (as shown on map by Department Engineer's Office, entitled "Fort Ruger Military Reservation", dated June 25, 1933, File Number 6-1-25 F. 33, Case "A"), the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "LEAHI" being 4.942.81’ North and 3768.39’ East, thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from True South:

    1. 298° 31’ 30’’ 1418.85 feet along Kilauea Avenue to concrete monument No. 4, located on the west corner of Kilauea and 18th Avenues' intersection;
    2. 28° 29’ 20’’ 1532.40 feet along 18th Avenue to concrete monument No. 3, located on the west corner of the intersection of 18th Avenue and Puu Panini Avenue (formerly known as Diamond Head Avenue);
    3. 123° 01’ 50’’ 1636.30 feet along Parcel 6 to concrete monument No. 7;
    4. 211° 43’ 00’’ 53.30 feet across Alohea Avenue to concrete monument No. 6, located on the corner of Makapuu and Alohea Avenues' intersection;
    5. 217° 18’ 00’’ 1636.18 feet along Makapuu Avenue to the point of beginning, and

    containing an area of 51.628 acres.


    TRACT 1−B[edit]

    Being an area within Parcel 6, portion of the land conveyed to the Minister of Interior by the Trustees of William C. Lunalilo Estate by deed dated June 17, 1884, recorded in the Bureau of Conveyances at Honolulu in Liber 88, Pages 223 and 224 (Land Office Deed 136), and being a part of the public lands ceded and transferred to the United States by the Republic of Hawaii under the joint resolution of annexation of July 7, 1898, 30 Stat. 750.

    Beginning at the most northerly corner of this parcel of land, the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "LEAHI" being 3312.97’ North and 3410.17’ East, thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from True South:

    1. On a curve to the left having a radius of 766.16 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being: 303° 09’ 20’’ 169.62 feet;
    2. 296° 48’ 00’’ 21.40 feet;
    3. Thence on a curve to the right having a radius of 945.23 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being: 305° 38’ 00’’ 290.30 feet;
    4. 314° 28’ 00’’ 156.74 feet;
    5. Thence on a curve to the left having a radius of 867.85 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being: 311° 05’ 30’’ 102.18 feet;
    6. 307° 43’ 00’’ 181.12 feet;
    7. Thence on a curve to the right having a radius of 934.74 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being: 312° 12’ 30’’ 146.41 feet;
    8. 316° 42’ 00’’ 91.03 feet;
    9. Thence on a curve to the right having a radius of 30.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being: 2° 51’ 00’’ 43.27 feet;
    10. 49° 00’ 00’’ 35.27 feet;
    11. Thence on a curve to the right having a radius of 30.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being: 92° 02’ 00’’ 40.95 feet;
    12. 135° 04’ 00’’ 78.52 feet;
    13. Thence on a curve to the left having a radius of 250.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being: 126° 42’ 00’’ 72.74 feet;
    14. 118° 20’ 00’’ 157.09 feet;
    15. Thence on a curve to the right having a radius of 230.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being: 131° 19’ 00’’ 103.35 feet;
    16. 144° 18’ 00’’ 100.72 feet;
    17. Thence on a curve to the left having a radius of 850.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being: 129° 36’ 00’’ 431.39 feet;
    18. 114° 54’ 00’’ 120.47 feet;
    19. Thence on a curve to the right having a radius of 345.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being: 122° 27’ 00’’ 90.66 feet;
    20. 220° 00’ 00’’ 118.59 feet to the point of beginning; and

    containing an area of 2.941 acres.


    TRACT 1−C[edit]

    Being a portion of the land conveyed to the Minister of Interior by the Trustees of William C. Lunalilo Estate by deed dated June 17, 1884, recorded in the Bureau of Conveyances at Honolulu in Liber 88, Pages 223 and 224 (Land Office Deed 136), and being a part of the public lands ceded and transferred to the United States by the Republic of Hawaii under the joint resolution of annexation of July 7, 1898, 30 Stat. 750.

    Beginning at the northwesterly corner of this parcel of land, being the end of Course No. 1 of the area that was restored to the possession, use, and control of the Territory of Hawaii as Parcel No. 1 of Executive Order No. 10453, dated May 18, 1953, the true azimuth and distance to concrete monument No. 10 of Fort Ruger Military Reservation (as shown on map by Department Engineer's Office, entitled "Fort Ruger Military Reservation", dated June 25, 1933, File Number 6-1-25 F. 33, Case "A") being 63° 08’ 40’’ 468.40 feet, and the coordinates of the said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "LEAHI" being 3222.96’ North and 990.00’ East, thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from True South:

    1. 243° 08’ 40’’ 557.55 feet along reservation boundary to concrete monument No. 9;
    2. 149° 35’ 30’’ 166.23 feet along reservation boundary;
    3. 379° 00’ 00’’ 195.85 feet along Parcel 3;
    4. Thence along Parcel 3 on a curve to the left having a radius of 2090.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being: 274° 43’ 30’’ 311.59 feet;
    5. 270° 27’ 00’’ 408.55 feet along Parcel 3 and along Parcel 6;
    6. 325° 20’ 00’’ 204.04 feet along Parcel 6;
    7. 328° 00’ 00’’ 480.00 feet along Parcel 6;
    8. 84° 30’ 00’’ 780.00 feet along Parcel 6;
    9. 72° 00’ 00’’ 790.00 feet along Parcel 6;
    10. 153° 08’ 40’’ 80.00 feet along Parcel 6;
    11. 153° 08’ 40’’ 361.00 feet along Diamond Head Reservoir Lot (restored to the Territory by Executive Order No. 6468, dated November 29, 1933);
    12. 223° 58’ 40’’ 9.80 feet along the area restored to the Territory as Parcel No. 1 of Executive Order No. 10453, dated May 18, 1953;
    13. Thence along same on a curve to the left having a radius of 119.00 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being: 198° 03’ 40’’ 104.00 feet;
    14. 172° 08’ 40’’ 58.70 feet along same to the point of beginning; and

    containing an area of 22.591 acres.


    TRACT 1-D[edit]

    Being a portion of the land conveyed to the Minister of Interior by the recorded in the Bureau of Conveyances at Honolulu in Liber 88, Pages 223 and 224 (Land Office Deed 136), and being a part of the Republic of Hawaii under the joint resolution of annexation of July 7, 1898, 30 Stat. 750.

    Beginning at the north corner of this parcel of land, at the south corner of the intersection of 18th Avenue and Puu Panini Avenue (formerly known as Diamond Head Avenue), the true azimuth and distance from concrete monument No. 3 of Fort Ruger Military Reservation, located on the west corner of the intersection of Puu Panini Avenue (formerly known as Diamond Head Avenue) and 18th Avenue (as shown on map by Department Engineer's Office, entitled "Fort Ruger Military Reservation" dated June 25, 1933, File Number 6-1-25 F. 33, Case "A"), being 303° 04’ 00’’ 56.26 feet, and the coordinates of said point of beginning referred to Government Survey Triangulation Station "LEAHI" being 2887.71’ North and 4331.21’ East, thence running by azimuths measured clockwise from True South:

    1. 303° 04’ 00’’ 475.75 feet along the southwest side of Puu Panini Avenue formerly known as Diamond Head Avenue);
    2. 41° 30’ 00’’ 293.42 feet along Parcel 6;
    3. 136° 42’ 00’’ 377.00 feet along Parcel 6;
    4. Thence along the east side of Parcel 4 on a curve to the right having a radius of 72.86 feet, the chord azimuth and distance being: 172° 36’ 00’’ 85.45 feet;
    5. 208° 30’ 00’’ 136.81 feet along the southeast side of Parcel 4 to the point of beginning; and
    containing an area of 2.461 acres.

  2. Tract 5, so designated and described by Executive Order No. 6408 of November 7, 1933, containing an area of 2.735 acres, being land acquired by the United States (pursuant to authority of the act of January 31, 1922, 42 Stat. 360, as amended by the act of March 3, 1925, 43 Stat. 1115) by exchanging for privately-owned lands a part of the public lands ceded and transferred to the United States by the Republic of Hawaii under the joint resolution of annexation of July 7, 1898, 30 Stat. 750, and reserved for military purposes by executive orders of the President.

  3. Easements A, B, C, D, E, and F, as described and set forth in Part II of this order.

  4. Rights-of-way crossing Parcels 3 and 6, as set forth in Part I of this order.

  5. Control over the use of Parcel 6 and the right to cause it to revert to the jurisdiction and control of the Department of the Army in case the land is used for purposes other than those authorized, as set forth in Part I of this order.


Signature of Dwight D. Eisenhower
Dwight D. Eisenhower 
The White House,
December 8, 1955.

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