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Home Working with Section 106 ACHP Case Digest Spring 2005 Florida: Demolition of Properties in the Pensacola Naval Air Station
Florida: Demolition of Properties in the Pensacola Naval Air Station
Agency: U.S. Navy
In March 2005, the proposed projects consulting parties concluded a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) that allows for the demolition of damaged structures to proceed, but secures Navy approval to re-evaluate 16 premiere historic buildings to determine what treatment is warranted.
the MOA, the Navy will develop preservation analysis reports that
assess the 16 buildings importance to the landmark district, structural
conditions, and treatment options. The MOA includes a detailed dispute resolution
provision for the 16 buildings, which requires the ACHP to address any disputes
by the projects consulting parties over the Navys proposed disposition
of a building.
In March 2005, the ACHP signed the MOA. In upcoming months, the consulting parties will meet to help inform the Navys development of the preservation analysis reports.
For background information on this case, see the winter 2005 Case Digest.
Staff contact: Don Klima
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