Presentation on theme: "Advisory Council on Historic Preservation and Section 106 Kelly Yasaitis Fanizzo, JD Historic Preservation Specialist Advisory Council on Historic Preservation."— Presentation transcript:
Advisory Council on Historic Preservation and Section 106 Kelly Yasaitis Fanizzo, JD Historic Preservation Specialist Advisory Council on Historic Preservation Phone:
Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act [16 U.S.C. 470f] Take into account the effects of its actions on historic properties Provide the ACHP a reasonable opportunity to comment
36 CFR Part 800 Protection of Historic Properties The how-to manual for carrying out Section 106 review
Programmatic Agreement 36 CFR (b) To govern the implementation of a particular program or the resolution of adverse effects from certain complex project situations or multiple undertakings.
Components of Writing a Successful Agreement Whereas Clauses: the who and why of the agreement Stipulations: the what, where, and when Signatures: signatories, invited signatories, concurring parties
Privatization Exterior rehabilitation project on Great Lakes Naval Training Station, Illinois. Photo courtesy of Forest City Military Communities.
Section 106 Regulatory Philosophy Framework for problem solving Grounded in consultation Provides stakeholders access to federal decision-making Historic preservation is not the only useful public purpose Results range from full preservation to total loss of historic properties
Rehabilitation Tax Credit 20 % tax credit: Certified Rehabilitation of a Certified Historic Structure
Advisory Council on Historic Preservation Office of Federal Agency Programs Old Post Office Building 1100 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Suite 803 Washington, DC (202)