How does the Section 106 review process work?

by Andrew Shaffer  on June 27, 2018 | | No comments

The parties typically continue consulting until a Memorandum of Agreement is reached that would reduce impacts to the resource(s). However, as long as the agency follows the required steps and consults with interested parties, they can still approve a project with impacts to a historic resource.

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Andrew Shaffer is the California Preservation Foundation’s Engagement Director. His job includes sharing stories of CPF’s work and collaborating with members and partner organizations on preservation issues across California. Prior to joining CPF, he studied at the University of San Francisco and the University of Wisconsin, where he specialized in LGBTQ history, preservation, and activism. Andrew is a transplant to San Francisco and loves showing off his adopted hometown to people from all over the world.