Section 110(k) and Section 106: Responding to Anticipatory Demolition Concerns

Intermediate

What happens when it appears a historic property may have been harmed by an applicant for federal assistance before a Section 106 review is complete? The first step is to understand when Section 110(k) of the National Historic Preservation Act applies and who must address this concern. Blythe Semmer, Senior Program Analyst, will answer these two questions and share pointers on responding - as a federal agency, SHPO/THPO, or other stakeholder - to situations in which anticipatory demolition questions surface.  

Section 106 Documentation and e106

Beginner

Good documentation is critical for consulting parties in the Section 106 process, and a key part of any adverse effect notification to the ACHP. Program Analyst Jaime Loichinger will explain the Section 106 documentation standards and show how to submit to the ACHP using our NEW e106 system!

Planning to Involve the Public in Section 106

Intermediate

The views of the public are essential to informed federal decision making in the Section 106 process. The level and type of public involvement in a case will vary depending upon specific factors and should be integrated with other environmental review processes like NEPA. Program Analysts Christopher Daniel and Chris Wilson will review the requirements and considerations in the Section 106 regulations and explain examples of best practices. Participants will identify appropriate public involvement techniques in case scenarios.  

Thinking Big: Tailoring Section 106 for Federal Programs

Advanced

Walk through the five program alternatives to tailor the Section 106 review process to nationwide or regional federal agency needs with Charlene Dwin Vaughn, Assistant Director in the Office of Federal Agency Programs, and General Counsel Javier Marques. Distinguish between the program alternatives, understand the ACHP’s and federal agency considerations regarding such proposals, and apply them to specific scenarios. This webinar is well-suited to headquarters and regional federal agency program managers responsible for developing and implementing compliance efficiencies.

General Information

All webinars are taught by ACHP staff instructors with practical experience in Section 106 review and in developing program improvements.

AICP CM Credits

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American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) members can earn Certification Maintenance (CM) credits for this activity.

Cost

Registration is $50 per participant, per webinar. Pay online with a credit card by clicking on the course title above. Registration includes a printable certificate of completion.

Registration fees are non-refundable, but another person may take your place if we are notified in advance. Please contact us at least 24 hours before the webinar start time to arrange a substitution.

Questions? Contact us at webinar@achp.gov.

Past Topics

Beginner

  • Defining the Area of Potential Effects
  • Archaeological Sites and Section 106: A Discussion on Identification and Evaluation

Intermediate

  • Understanding 36 CFR 800.12: Disaster Response and Emergencies 
  • Meeting the Reasonable and Good Faith Identification Standard in Section 106 Review
  • Managing Confidential Information and Section 304
  • Preservation Compliance and Property Disposal
  • Cultural Landscapes: Identification and Effects Assessment

Advanced

  • Innovative Approaches to Section 106 Mitigation
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