EO , issued by President Richard Nixon in have all been absorbed by amendment into NHPA itself in some way or other, EO today is a sort. of Executive Order were codified in as Section of the National. Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), the. Executive Order’s (EO) immediate and. 3(b) and 4(f), E.O. ; sec. 2 of Reorganization Plan No. 3 of (34 Stat. ). Source: 42 FR , Sept. 21, , unless otherwise.
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By Special Contributor posted In this first post, John Sprinkle, describes the origin of Section and its impact on historic preservation practice since its implementation in It started with a memo: Its directive to identify, evaluate, and nominate all federally owned historic properties within a two-year period appears remarkably naive to modern ears.
And yet it was the unintended consequences of this executive action—the requirement to treat any unevaluated property as potentially eligible for the National Register—that created the cultural resource management industry as we know it today.
Successful historic preservation programs demonstrate reasonableness and flexibility to ensure full and fair consideration of alternatives for preserving historic places. Whatever its mission, every agency must have an effective historic preservation program. In Federal Preservation Officers celebrated four decades of cooperation and collaboration that have served to strengthen and enhance federal historic 1593 programs.
Sanfranman59 on Wikimedia Commons With the introduction of Sectionseveral studies of its implementation by federal agencies and impact on historic properties were undertaken during the decade after the amendments. H e is also the author of ” Crafting Preservation Criteria: Loretta Neumann to Ernest Connally, 2.
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Cultural Resource Management This study was prepared at the request of Rep. Implementation of the program is described in Departmental Personnel Bulletindated August 14, Executive Order68 Fed.
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