Presentation on theme: "2014 Kansas CLG Forum. Welcome! Texting in class is encouraged today todaysmeet.com/KSclg - Ask questions, post comments, propose topics for future trainings."— Presentation transcript:
Welcome! Texting in class is encouraged today todaysmeet.com/KSclg - Ask questions, post comments, propose topics for future trainings – Open through end of September On social media? Use #KPAconf to post or check up on anything conference related
When –National Preservation Act of 1966 along with National Register and SHPOs Who – Partnership of local governments, SHPOs, and National Park Service (NPS) CLG Program Review
What is a CLG? Certified Local Government Local government certified by the NPS because they have an ordinance that – Establishes a local preservation commission – Establishes a local landmark program – Ensures participate in review of National Register nominations in the jurisdiction – Ensures compliance with Kansas state preservation law.
You Have the Power! All preservation is local “While federal and state programs and policies are undeniably important, historic resources are most appreciated and hence preserved at the local level.” preservationnation.org
Local Government Power Ordinances Codes Planning Zoning Minimum Maintenance Enforcement & Fines
Preservation in Kansas Who does preservation in Kansas? Kansas Preservation Alliance (KPA) Main Street Local Commissions Developers, business owners, consultants… Local Alliances & Historical Societies SHPO
Local Preservation Commissions & Staff Conduit between public & local gov. Carry out the local preservation ordinance Promote preservation education Identification of historic resources Designation of significant resources, landmarks What do they do? Locals Have the Power!
State Historic Preservation Office National Register and State Register State and Federal Tax Credits Heritage Trust Fund grant Federal Preservation Law State Preservation Law Historic Preservation Fund grant What do they do?
Consequences State Law - $25,000 fine if… Local ordinances – heavy, light, or none at all
Changes to State Law What CLGs Need to Know ‘Environs’ provision of the state law repealed July 1, 2013 If the state preservation law is repealed in whole, what do you have in place locally to protect your historic resources?
Historic Preservation Fund grants CLGs get priority consideration for these grants! Where does the money come from? Outer continental shelf oil lease revenues – not taxes Passed through from the National Park Service to the SHPOS SHPOs must pass through 10% of their annual allocation to CLGs When do CLGs apply? Applications available later this fall Due March 13, 2014 kshs.org/ 14615
What Can CLGs Do with Grants? Intensive Surveys (archeology and buildings) National Register Nominations Preservation Plans Educational programs for students Conferences and trainings Brochures featuring heritage tourism Development of design review guidelines Planning for disasters…
What CLGs are Doing Now Reconnaissance survey Mini grants Preservation lab