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Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act \_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_ Review and Compliance for CDBG/CHIP Program Projects. CDBG/CHIP Application Form. Applicant’s priority: To demonstrate a need for the proposed project Georgia State Historic Preservation Office’s priority:

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Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act ____________________Review and Compliance for CDBG/CHIP Program Projects
cdbg chip application form
CDBG/CHIP Application Form
  • Applicant’s priority:

To demonstrate a need for the proposed project

  • Georgia State Historic Preservation Office’s priority:

To review the application for potential effects to historic structures and/or archaeological sites

section 106 of the national historic preservation act of 1966
Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966
  • Federal law that requires all projects with federal involvement be reviewed by the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) of the state in which the project is located
  • DCA cannot release any HUD funds until Section 106 review and compliance is completed
cdbg chip projects of primary concern to the georgia shpo
CDBG/CHIP Projects of Primary Concern to the Georgia SHPO
  • Rehabilitation/alteration of any buildings 50 years old or older, such as schools, housing, and community buildings, that are notcovered under the 1997 Programmatic Agreement
  • New construction (buildings, water tanks, etc.)
  • Demolition or relocation of historic resources
cdbg chip projects of secondary concern to the georgia shpo
CDBG/CHIP Projects of Secondary Concern to the Georgia SHPO
  • Installation of water and sewer lines
  • Road paving and drainage improvements
  • Construction of sidewalks
primary types of effects considered under section 106
Primary Types of Effects Considered Under Section 106
  • Physical effects:

Demolition, addition, alteration, relocation, ground disturbance (archaeology)

  • Visual effects:

Introduction of incompatible buildings/objects into the viewshed of a historic building, district, or landscape

documentation required to complete most section 106 project reviews
Documentation Required to Complete Most Section 106 Project Reviews
  • Completion of HPD’s Environmental Review (ER) Form (in Applicant’s Manual)
  • Attach ER form to DCA-9 form in the CDBG/CHIP application package and new ER form
er form
ER Form

I. General Information

  • Project Name
  • Federal Agency – HUD
  • Agency’s Involvement – Funding
  • Project Type
  • Level of Review – Section 106
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F. Project Description

G. Contact information

H. Attach a map – Location maps (preferably USGS topographic), for example from topozone.com or other sites and city map

I. Reviewed before? If yes, attach copy of SHPO letter

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II. Information Defining Area of Potential Effect (A.P.E.)
  • Describe A.P.E.
  • Attach map showing extent of A.P.E.
  • Provide clear, color photographs of all historic structures (50 years old or older) that are in, adjacent to, and/or within view of the project area
iii archaeological site information
III. (Archaeological) Site Information
  • Past Archaeological investigations (if known)
  • Available information on sites
  • Past Use
  • What is on property today
  • Land-disturbing activities
  • Details of area of land disturbance
iv building structure information
IV. Building & Structure Information
  • Project in or adjacent to a National Register- listed District?
  • Are there buildings in A.P.E. 50 years of age or older?
  • If yes, are any listed or eligible for listing on the National Register?
  • If yes, does project include rehabilitation, relocation, demolition or additions to these buildings?
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Preparation of Historic Resources Form
  • Additional Information

A. Changes within setting

B. Changes outside setting

C. Changes to Noise/Air

levels

D. Changes in ownership

additional consideration
Additional Consideration
  • If renovating/altering a historic structure (such as a vacant school into a Boys & Girls Club), plans and drawings of the proposed changes should be enclosed in the application package (or provided later when available).
final points to remember part i
Final Points to Remember(Part I)
  • Submit photographs of all historic structures.
  • All photographs should be keyed to a site plan or map to show their location and direction of view.
  • The presence of historic structures in the project area does not automatically mean that the project cannot be funded.
final points to remember part ii
Final Points to Remember(Part II)
  • Include all necessary documentation in the application to facilitate a timely review.
  • Contact the Historic Preservation Planner at the appropriate Regional Development Center.
  • For complex projects or projects that may have adverse effects to historic structures and/or archaeological sites, hire a qualified historic preservation professional.
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HPD website: www.gashpo.orgElizabeth (Betsy) ShirkEnvironmental Review Coordinator(404) [email protected] VolkemaEnvironmental Review Specialist(404) [email protected]
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