Some Waikoloa residents will have to evacuate during search for unexploded ordnance

Map courtesy of U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS The red line on this map denotes the project site boundary for UXO removal. The yellow line indicates the 450-foot buffer around the high priority parcel.

LAURA RUMINSKI/West Hawaii Today file photo A worker searches for unexploded ordnance makai of Mamalahoa Highway near the Old Saddle Road entrance in 2015.

KAILUA-KONA — Some Waikoloa Village residents will have to evacuate their homes for multiple days in September as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers hunts for unexploded ordnance.