The current project builds on this previous work.
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Historic properties within the project have been researched and identified through field survey and background research.
Any identified adverse effects to historic properties will be avoided or minimized and mitigated where necessary.
The Oregon State Historic Preservation Office, federally-recognized tribes, project consulting parties and the general public will be consulted throughout these efforts.
In June 2019, a Historic Resource Baseline Report was completed that summarizes our previous efforts up to this point, including the various historic buildings in the area that have been researched to determine eligibility for mitigation of any adverse effects as part of this process.
The Area of Potential Effect (APE) is the geographic area where the project actions may result in impacts to cultural resources.
SHPO is the State Historic Preservation Office.
THPO is the Tribal Historic Preservation Office.
NHO is the Native Hawaiian Organization.
ACHP is the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation.
To identify eligible historic and archaeological resources, we:
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The Section 106 Cultural Resource Process establishes how to mitigate any adverse effects to historic and archaeological resources. Responsible parties will develop an agreement that outlines mitigation strategies as part of this process, called a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA).
The MOA and mitigation strategies must be created with consulting party and community input. Consulting party and community input related to the mitigation process will begin in spring 2021. The final MOA is anticipated to be completed in fall 2021.
Our immediate next steps include:
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