Natural Resources And Energy Law Cle Luncheon

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An Overview of Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act

The National Historic Preservation Act requires that federal agencies take into account any adverse effects on historical or culturally significant sites before taking action (e.g. issuing permits) that might harm such sites. In order to determine adverse effects, federal agencies must engage in consultation with parties such as the State Historic Preservation Officer (“SHPO”) and any potentially affected Indian tribes (a process referred to as “Section 106 Consultation”) to determine whether historic properties or traditional cultural properties exist in the area of the planned activity. Under the Section 106 Consultation process, the federal agency must identify the historic properties that may be affected, assess the historical significance of the property, determine if there will be an adverse effect to the property, consider ways to reduce or avoid such effects, and provide an opportunity for review and comment by the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation.

Speaker:
Joe Saldibar- Joe Saldibar is a Section 106 Compliance Manager with the Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation at History Colorado, the Colorado State Historical Society – the State Agency which includes the Colorado SHPO. Joe will discuss the Section 106 Consultation with particular application to projects in the energy and natural resource sectors.

*** PARKING TIP ***
-Valet parking is available at Cru! The cost is $10 with validation, compared to approximately $20 for nearby lots. Meter parking is also available.

Submitted for one (1) general credit.

The cost of the luncheon is $35.00 for section members (seniors over 62, $25.00, and students and law clerks, $10) and $40.00 for non-members.

THERE IS NO CALL IN OPTION AVAILABLE. The materials and affidavit will be provided at the program.

Reservations must be received no later than noon on Monday, February 13, 2017. To RSVP online or send an e-mail to lunches@cobar.org. Please specify if you prefer a vegetarian lunch. All cancellations or no-shows after noon on Monday, February 13, 2017 will be charged the cost of the luncheon.
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