Members of an ancient tribe will finally be laid to rest.
For the past five years, developer Greg Spatz allowed archaeologists to study the remains of a Native American culture uncovered at a housing construction site.
Spatz recently decided to sell at least three lots to the Wyandotte Nation, an Oklahoma-based Native American tribe, which will bury the human remains during a special ceremony in May.
"This way the people who have the best interest in it, now own it," Spatz said. "That makes me feel better. I get the satisfaction that it's in the proper hands."
A burial ceremony is scheduled for 10 a.m. May 28 at the Cove on the Bay.
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