Local Government Environmental Training: Archaeology April 2, 2009. Presentation Overview. Relevant Laws Tribal Consultation Stumbling Blocks: -Scoping -Budgeting -Document Submittal ODOT Procedures & Responsibilities. Relevant Laws. National Historic Preservation Act
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(NHPA), Section 106
*All Trigger Section 106 of NHPA
Source: Atlas of Oregon 2001
Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Reservation General Council
Scope & Budget
from a consultant and
moves forward without
What will happen?
What does it get you?
Important Take Away Message: Upfront consultation will help you avoid delays later!!
ScopingImportant Take Away Message:Only someone who has the proper archaeological training & who knows the landscape & history can help you avoid problems. Meeting these requirements will help you keep the cost down and move things along quickly.
Because we know when you’re being overcharged, undercharged and the appropriate level of effort for each project
Survey & Subsurface Probing (PA Memos & Tech Reports)- $5000-$25,000
Subsurface Testing (Excavations & Analysis & Tech Report)- $25,000-$75,000
Data Recovery (Data Recovery Plan & Excavations, Analysis, Tech Report)- $80,000-+$1,000,000
reports and FOEs
directly to SHPO without ODOT Archaeologist review
What will happen?
ODOT Archaeology Process
ODOT Archaeologist will:
Archaeology Program Manager
Mary K. Turner
Local Agency and Maintenance
Regions 1,2, & 4
Regions 1W & 2
Tobin C. Bottman
Regions 1E & 4