Federal (Section 106) Review and Compliance
Cultural Resource Review under federal law (National Historic Preservation Act-Section 106) involves providing technical guidance and professional advice on the potential impact of publicly funded, assisted, licensed or permitted projects on the state's historic, architectural and archaeological resources. This responsibility of the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) is discharged in two steps: (1) identification of significant historic, architectural and archaeological resources; and (2) advisory assistance to promote compatibility between new development and preservation of the state's cultural heritage. Annually, the SHPO reviews 1200-1500 federal projects, a majority of which are implemented with no impact to cultural resources.
For more information, contact:
Catherine Labadia at 860-256-2764 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Todd Levine at 860-256-2759 or email@example.com
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