Acknowledgments

Federal Historic Preservation Case Law, 1966-1996

The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation is grateful to the United States Army Environmental Center for its generous financial support that has made this revised and updated publication possible.

The Council would also like to acknowledge the efforts of the following attorneys who reviewed this report and offered valuable comments during its preparation: Scott M. Farley, Environmental Attorney, United States Army; Andrea C. Ferster, Attorney at Law; Lars Hanslin, Attorney Advisor, Department of the Interior; Edward V.A. Kussy, Acting Chief Counsel, Federal Highway Administration; and Elizabeth Merritt, Associate General Counsel, National Trust for Historic Preservation.

On the Council staff, the editorial and production work of Elizabeth Moss, publications coordinator, and Stephanie A. Woronowicz, writer-editor, are greatly appreciated. The Council also thanks legal intern Daniel Wedemeyer.

This revised and updated report is adapted from the Council's 1985 publication authored by Charlotte R. Bell. Case summaries prior to 1985 and portions of the overview section relating to pre-1985 legal matters are the work of the prior author.

Adina W. Kanefield
Assistant General Counsel

Federal Historic Preservation Case Law Update, 1996-2000

The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation is grateful to the United States Army Environmental Center (AEC) for its generous financial support that has made this supplement possible. It also thanks Scott Farley, attorney for the AEC, for his review of this supplement.

The supplement updates Federal Historic Preservation Case Law, 1966-1996: Thirty Years of the National Historic Preservation Act, which was published in 1996. The Council first published this document in 1985. Charlotte R. Bell authored the 1985 edition. With the support of the AEC, this document was revised and updated by Adina W. Kanefield in 1996. Javier Marqués, Assistant General Counsel for the Council, authored the current supplement. Heather Himes, law clerk for the Council, provided legal research and initial drafts for case summaries in the supplement.


Go to Table of Contents Home Search