PUBLIC NOTICE OF PREPARATION OF HUD � CA SHPO PROGRAMMATIC AGREEMENT FOR HISTORIC PRESERVATION

The Department of Housing and Urban Development, Region IX, hereby invites interested persons to participate in the development of a Programmatic Agreement designed to expedite the review of undertakings directly funded by HUD Region IX in the State of California. This programmatic agreement relates to projects subject to environmental review under the National Environmental Policy Act and its HUD implementing regulations at 24 CFR Part 50, Protection and Enhancement of Environmental Quality, as well as Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), 16 U.S.C. § 470f, and its implementing regulations at 36 C.F.R. Part 800, Protection of Historic and Cultural Properties.

HUD Region IX receives approximately one hundred applications for different forms of financial assistance each year to support financing or refinancing for affordable housing and other types of projects throughout the State of California. All of these requests for funding assistance are subject to environmental review and constitute undertakings under 36 CFR Part 800. Although not all applications will receive funding approval, all applications are subject to environmental review.

This enclosed draft agreement between Region IX HUD and the California State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) is designed to differentiate undertakings whose effects on historic properties may be negligible (and would be subject to a limited HUD review – such as refinancing, maintenance and some rehabilitation activities) from those which have greater potential to affect historic properties (and which would be submitted for comment to SHPO, American Indian Tribes and interested parties under the full force of the regulation at 36 CFR 800 - such as substantial rehabilitation, demolition and new construction activities). By differentiating between these types of activities, HUD and CA SHPO will be able to focus more attention and preservation efforts on the projects which have the potential to affect historic properties and to expedite more efficiently those undertakings with negligible impacts.

The concept of this draft expands on the standard CA SHPO letter-of-agreement consultation exclusions regarding interior rehabilitation activities and undertakings affecting properties less than fifty years old. The definition of substantial rehabilitation included in this agreement is a nation-wide programmatic definition applicable to mortgage insurance applications under Sections 223(f) and 221(d)(4) of the National Housing Act. The PA will retain this HUD definition in order for HUD program staffs to more easily and consistently discern which proposals are covered by this agreement.

HUD Region IX welcomes the consultation of interested parties and organizations as we strive for more effective public participation in NEPA and Section 106 analyses, in our efforts to achieve more informed decision making and to promote cultural heritage and identity. In order to meet program timeframes, we request that you advise HUD with your comments regarding this preliminary draft agreement no later than Friday, September 14, 2012.

Under separate notice, HUD has requested comments on the draft programmatic agreement from the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, the California State Historic Preservation Office, and Federally recognized American Indian Tribes. Please submit your written comments to Ernest Molins, Regional Environmental Officer, HUD Region IX, 600 Harrison Street, Third Floor, San Francisco, CA, 94107 or via email to ernest.molins@hud.gov.

 

PROGRAMMATIC AGREEMENT

BETWEEN

THE U. S. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT

AND THE CALIFORNIA STATE HISTORIC PRESERVATION OFFICE

FOR

THE REVIEW OF HUD-FUNDED ACTIVITIES

SUBJECT TO 24 CFR PART 50

 

WHEREAS, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development ("HUD") through various offices, including the Offices of the Assistant Secretaries for Housing—Federal Housing Commissioner, Public and Indian Housing, and Community Planning and Development, provides grant funding, mortgage insurance and other assistance, subject to environmental review under 24 CFR Part 50, "Protection and Enhancement of Environmental Quality", to entities within the State of California;

WHEREAS, HUD programs reviewed under 24 CFR Part 50, including mortgage insurance per Sections 223(f) and 221(d)(4) as well as other programs under Section 207 of the National Housing Act and programs under the Homeownership and Economic Recovery Act of 2008, require accelerated processing timelines;

WHEREAS, HUD is responsible for complying with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, as amended, (NHPA, 16 U.S.C. Sec. 470f), implemented pursuant to 36 C.F.R. 800 ("Section 106") when HUD conducts an environmental review under 24 C.F.R. Part 50;

WHEREAS, HUD undertakes many activities, through its offices, that include the acquisition, leasing, repair, minor rehabilitation, disposition of properties, most of which are affordable housing, as well as other activities that include the substantial rehabilitation, demolition, conversion and new construction of residential and non-residential properties, each of which is an undertaking ("Undertaking") as defined pursuant to 36 C.F.R. 800.16(y),

WHEREAS, the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation issued in 1995 and revised in 2006 a "Policy Statement on Affordable Housing and Historic Preservation" that addresses implementation principles for Section 106 compliance, and those principles have been utilized in developing this Agreement;

WHEREAS, HUD Region IX Environmental staffs are well trained in standards of historic preservation and particularly in Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act;

WHEREAS, HUD has determined that some of the Undertakings funded by its Programs have limited potential to affect properties included in or eligible for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places and have consulted with the California State Historic Preservation Officer ("SHPO") pursuant to 36 C.F.R. 800.14 of the regulations implementing Section 106;

WHEREAS, HUD has invited the Native American Heritage Commission ("NAHC") and federally-recognized American Indian tribes, collectively listed in Exhibit A, to comment and/or consult in the development of this Agreement, in recognition of the unique government-to-government relationship between the Federal government and federally-recognized American Indian tribes;

WHEREAS, in accordance with 36 C.F.R. § 800.14(b)(2), HUD has notified the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (Council) and invited the Council to participate in the development of this Programmatic Agreement;

NOW, THEREFORE, HUD and the SHPO agree that HUD Programs subject to Part 50 shall be administered in accordance with the following stipulations in order to take into account the effects of these undertakings on historic properties and satisfy Section 106 responsibilities.

 

STIPULATIONS

 

HUD will ensure that the following measures are carried out.

  1. UNDERTAKINGS NOT REQUIRING REVIEW BY SHPO OR COUNCIL

 

All Undertakings not identified under either Section (A) or Section (B) must be reviewed in full accordance with 36 C.F.R. Part 800.

The following types of Undertakings listed in Sections (A) and (B) have limited potential to affect historic properties and may be approved by HUD under 24 C.F.R. Part 50 without further consultation with SHPO or Council.

 

A.       General Exclusions

  1. Maintenance and interior rehabilitation activities on existing buildings, structures and facilities, not including construction, demolition or substantial rehabilitation* activities.
  2. Financing and refinancing of buildings, structures and facilities, including repair, maintenance and minor rehabilitation activities, not including construction, demolition or substantial rehabilitation* activities.
  3. Acquisition, leasing or disposition of properties, provided that any properties to be disposed of are documented in the Environmental Review Record to be less than fifty years old and not listed on the National Register of Historic Places individually or as a contributor to a historic district.
  4. Demolition of properties less than fifty years old, provided that the properties are documented in the Environmental Review Record not to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places individually or as a contributor to a historic district.
  5. Undertakings where SHPO has already concurred on a finding of "no historic properties affected," "no historic properties present" or "no adverse effect" on historic properties within the previous five years and where the scope and magnitude of the undertaking are not changing, provided that HUD must document its Environmental Review Record with a copy of the prior SHPO concurrence letter. 
  6. Protection, repair and restoration activities necessary to control or arrest the effects of disasters or of imminent threats to public safety

 * Undertakings involving Substantial Rehabilitation are not eligible for this exemption. An undertaking involves substantial rehabilitation when it meets one of the following criteria:

a) The cost of repairs, replacements and improvements exceeds the greater of 15% of the estimated property replacement cost after completion of all repairs, replacements and improvements, or $6500 per unit in repairs, replacements and improvements, or

b) Two or more major building components are being substantially replaced.

 

B.       Substantial Rehabilitation Exclusions

 The following types of Undertakings require HUD to document that the subject buildings, structures and/or facilities are less than fifty years old and not listed on the National Register of Historic Places individually or as a contributor to a historic district, and to obtain the concurrence from a HUD Environmental Officer. For purposes of this Agreement, the term "in-kind replacement" is defined as installation of a substitute element that duplicates the material, dimensions, configuration and detailing of the original element.

  1. Site Work
  1. Streets, driveways, alleys, and parking areas. In-kind repair, repaving, sealing, striping and coating of existing concrete or asphalt surfaces and parking areas as long as they do not involve substantial earth moving, such as footing/foundation trenching or excavation.
  2. Curbs, gutters, sidewalks, retaining walls. In-kind repair of existing concrete or asphalt surfaces or in-kind repair/replacement of concrete, brick, or stone materials for curbs, gutters, sidewalks, and retaining walls.  
  3. Site improvements. In-kind repair or replacement of site improvements, including, but not limited to fences, landscaping, gazebos, breezeways, carports, pathways and steps, provided that they do not involve substantial earth moving, such as footing/foundation trenching or excavation.
  4. Below Ground Utilities. Modifications to existing water, sewer, natural gas distribution, electric or telecommunication facilities where work will occur in or adjacent to the existing utility trench.
  5. Above Ground Utilities. Repair or replacement of existing wires, anchors, crossarms, and other miscellaneous hardware on existing overhead lines; not including the replacement or installation of poles or water towers.
  6. Park and playground equipment. Installation, repair or replacement of park and playground equipment and sheds, excluding buildings.
  7. Temporary structures. Installation or replacement of temporary structures including scaffolding, barriers, screening, fences, protective walkways, signage, office trailers or restrooms.

 

  1. Exterior Rehabilitation
  1. Foundations. Below-grade repair and reinforcement of foundations, where work will occur in or immediately adjacent to the existing foundation.
  2. Windows and doors. In-kind repair and in-kind replacement of windows and doors, including caulking and weather stripping.
  3. Storm windows and storm doors. Installation of exterior storm windows and doors provided they conform to the shape and size of the existing windows and doors.
  4. Walls and Siding. Repair and in-kind replacement of wall or siding material.
  5. Painted surfaces. Removal and abatement of exterior paint by non-destructive means, limited to hand scraping, low pressure water wash (less than 200 p.s.i.), heat guns, or paint-removal chemicals, provided that the removal method is consistent with the provisions of 24 C.F.R. Part 35, "Lead-Based Poisoning Prevention in Certain Residential Structures," and that the abatement does not involve the removal or alteration of exterior decorative features.
  6. Application of exterior paint, pointing and caulking.
  7. Porch, balcony elements and bridge connections between buildings. Repair or in-kind replacement of deteriorated porch, bridge and balcony elements that match existing materials and dimensions, such as columns, flooring, floor joists, ceilings, railing, lattice and balustrades.
  8. Roofing. Repair or in-kind replacement of roof cladding and sheeting, flashing, gutters, soffits, cupolas, chimneys, parapets, skylights and downspouts.
  9. Awnings. Repair or replacement of awnings.
  10. Mechanical systems. Placement and installation of exterior HVAC mechanical units, solar panels, equipment and vents not on the front elevation.
  11. Basement bulkhead doors. Replacement or repair of basement bulkhead doors and installation of basement bulkhead doors not on the front elevation.
  12. Lighting. Repair or in-kind replacement of existing light fixtures and installation of additional decorative or security lights.
  13. Mothballing. Securing or mothballing a property by boarding over window and door openings, making temporary roof repairs, and/or ventilating the structure.
  14. Accessibility Ramps. Temporary ramps that do not irreversibly impact porches or railings.

 

  1. Interior Rehabilitation
  1. Mechanical systems. Installation, replacement or repair of plumbing, HVAC systems and units, electrical wiring and fire protection systems. Included are restroom improvements and fixture replacements, provided the work is contained within the existing restroom walls, and installation of photovoltaic systems provided they are not visible on the front elevation of the building seen from the street. Also included are kitchen cabinet and fixture replacements or rehabilitation, provided the work is contained within the existing kitchen walls.

b)  Insulation. Installation of insulation in ceiling and attic spaces.

c)  Floors. Rehabilitation or replacement of floors and stairs, in-kind replacement of stair treads, replacement of carpets.

d)  Asbestos abatement. Abatement or control of asbestos or other toxic materials.

e) Surfaces. Repair or in-kind replacement of interior surface treatment, such as floors, walls, ceilings, plaster and woodwork.

f)  Painted surfaces. Removal of interior paint by non-destructive means, limited to hand scraping, heat plates or heat guns, or paint-removal chemicals, provided that the removal method is consistent with the provisions of 24 C.F.R. Part 35, "Lead-Based Poisoning Prevention in Certain Residential Structures."

g)  Fixtures. Repair or replacement of bathroom and kitchen equipment and fixtures.

  1. Seismic and structural repairs. Seismic and structural repairs of buildings and parking facilities, provided that there is no substantial earth moving, such as new footings, foundation-trenching or excavation.

 

II.      DISCOVERIES AND UNFORESEEN EFFECTS

If, during the implementation of these programs, a previously unidentified property that may be found eligible for inclusion in the National Register is encountered, or a known National Register historic property may be affected in an unanticipated manner, HUD will assume its responsibilities pursuant to 36 C.F.R. Part 800.13(b).

III.     DISPUTE RESOLUTION

At any time during the implementation of the measures stipulated in this Agreement, should an objection to any measure or manner of implementation be raised by a signatory, HUD shall take the objection into account and consult with the objecting party and the SHPO to resolve the issue.

A.  HUD shall represent itself in all matters of dispute resolution that pertain specifically to this Agreement.

B.   The responsibilities of the signatories to carry out all other actions subject to the terms of this Agreement that are not the subject of the dispute shall remain in effect.

C.  There will be no binding mediation or arbitration with any party.

IV.      NOTIFICATION

Notification or other communication between parties to this Agreement should be made in care of the addresses provided in Exhibit B.

V.       AMENDMENT

Any party may request that this Agreement be amended, whereupon HUD and the SHPO will consult with the other parties in accordance with 36 C.F.R. Part 800.14(b) to consider an amendment. Amendments will only be considered if made in writing and must be approved in writing by all parties to this Agreement to go in effect.

VI.      TERMINATION

Any party to this Agreement may terminate its participation by providing thirty (30) days written notice to all other parties. In the event of termination, the terminating party will comply with 36 C.F.R. 800.3 through 800.6 with respect to individual Undertakings covered by this Agreement.

VII.    TERM OF THE AGREEMENT

This Agreement shall continue in force and effect for ten (10) years from the date the last signatory has signed the Agreement. At any time in the six-month period prior to the Agreement’s expiration, the signatories may request that the SHPO extend the Agreement for five (5) additional years, provided the request is made in writing, that there are no substantive modifications, that HUD and the SHPO agree, and that any other signatory wishing to remain party to the Agreement also agrees. Should a party to this Agreement, other than HUD or the SHPO, choose to not extend its participation in the Agreement, the Agreement will not be nullified for the other parties.

EXECUTION AND IMPLEMENTATION of this Agreement evidences that HUD has satisfied its responsibilities under Section 106 of the NHPA for the Undertakings as described in this Agreement and funded by the HUD Programs. This Agreement may be executed in counterparts.

Signed:

U. S. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT

 

By: ____________________________________________________Date:_____________

 

Name: Ophelia Basgal

Title:  Regional Administrator_____________________________________

 

 

CALIFORNIA STATE HISTORIC PRESERVATION OFFICER

 

By: ____________________________________________________Date:_____________

 

Name: Milford W. Donaldson

Title:  State Historic Preservation Officer________________________

 

 

EXHIBIT A

LIST OF TRIBAL ORGANIZATION AND TRIBES NOTIFIED

 

Native American Heritage Commission
915 Capitol Mall, Room 364
Sacramento, CA 95814

Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians
Jeanne Jussila
5401 Dinah Shore Drive
Palm Springs, CA 92264

Alturas Indian Rancheria, California
Shawn Normington
PO Box 340
Alturas, CA 96101

Augustine Band of Cahuilla Indians
Bill Anderson
PO Box 846
Coachella, CA 92236

Barona Band of Mission Indians
Art Bunce
1095 Barona Road
Lakeside, CA 92040 

Bear River Band of the Rohnerville Rancheria, California
Edwin Smith
27 Bear River Drive
Loleta, CA 95551

Berry Creek Rancheria of Maidu Indians of California
Duane Brown
5 Tyme Way 
Oroville, CA 95966

Big Lagoon Rancheria of Smith River Indians
Chairperson
708 9th Street 
Arcata, CA 95521

Big Pine Paiute Shoshone Tribe
Sally Manning
P.O. Box 700
Big Pine, California 93513

Big Sandy Rancheria of Mono Indians of California
Gavin Begaye
P.O. Box 337
Auberry, CA 93602

Big Valley Band of Pomo Indians of the Big Valley Rancheria, California
Sarah Ryan
2726 Rancheria Road
Lakeport, CA 95453

Bishop Paiute Tribe
Brian Adkins
50 Tu Su Lane
Bishop, CA 93514

Blue Lake Rancheria, California
Michelle Fuller
P.O. Box 428
Blue Lake, CA 95525

Bridgeport Paiute Indian Colony of California
Justin Nadler
P.O. Box 37
Bridgeport, CA 93517

Buena Vista Rancheria of Me-Wuk Indians of California
Roselyn Lwenya
4650 Coal Mine Road
Ione, CA 95640

Cabazon Band of Mission Indians, California
Darlene Coombes
84-245 Indio Springs Drive
Indio, CA 92201

Cachil Dehe Band of Wintun Indians of the Colusa Rancheria
Chairperson
3730 State Highway 45 # B 
Colusa, CA 95932

Cahuilla Band of Mission Indians of the Cahuilla Reservation
Sarah Leash, Tribal Secretary
PO Box 391741
Anza, CA 92539

Cahto Indian Tribe of the Laytonville Rancheria, California
Cristy Taylor
P.O. Box 1239
Laytonville, CA 95454

California Valley Miwok Tribe, California
Chairperson
10601 Escondido Place
Stockton, CA 95212

Campo Band of Diegueno Mission Indians of the Campo Indian Reservation
Melissa Estes
36190 Church Road, Suite 4
Campo, CA 91906

Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians of the Viejas Reservation
Chairperson
1 Viejas Grade Road
Alpine, CA 91901

Cedarville Rancheria
Duanna Knighton
300 West 1st St.
Alturas, CA 96101

Chemehuevi Indian Tribe of the Chemehuevi Reservation
Tom Pradetto
P.O. Box 1976
Havasu Lake, CA 92363

Cher-Ae Heights Indian Community of the Trinidad Rancheria
Garth Sundberg
PO Box 630
Trinidad, CA 95570

Chicken Ranch Rancheria of Me-Wuk Indians of California
PO Box 1159
16929 Chicken Ranch Road
Jamestown, CA 95327

Cloverdale Rancheria of Pomo Indians
Mario Hermosillo
555 S.Cloverdale Blvd Suite A
Cloverdale, CA 95425

Cold Springs Rancheria of Mono Indians of California
Terry Williams
P.O. Box 209
Tollhouse, CA 93667

Cortina Rancheria
Brett Matzke
P.O. Box 1630
Williams, CA 95987

Coyote Valley Band of Pomo Indians
Richard Campbell
P.O. Box 39
Redwood Valley, CA 95470

Death Valley Timbi-Sha Shoshone Band of California
George Gholson
1349 Rocking W Way
Bishop, CA 93514

Dry Creek Rancheria of Pomo Indians of California
Thomas Keegan
3750 Westwind Boulevard, Suite 200A
Santa Rosa, CA 95403

Elem Indian Colony of Pomo Indians of the Sulphur Bank Rancheria
Chairperson
P.O. Box 757
Clearlake Oaks, CA 95423

Elk Valley Rancheria of California
Ed Wait
2332 Howland Hill Road
Crescent City, CA 95531

Enterprise Rancheria of Maidu Indians of California
Cindy Smith
2133 Monte Vista Ave.
Oroville, CA 95966

Ewiiaapaayp Band of Kumeyaay Indians
Desidero Vela
4054 Willows Road
Alpine, CA 91903

Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria
Greg Sarris, Chairman
6400 Redwood Drive, Suite 300
Rohnert Park, CA 94928

Fort Bidwell Indian Community of the Fort Bidwell Reservation of California
Leslie Brooks
P.O. Box 129
Fort Bidwell, CA 96112

Fort Independence Reservation
Dennis Mattinson
P.O. Box 67
Independence, CA 93526

Fort Mojave Indian Tribe
Luke Johnson
500 Merriman Ave.
Needles, CA 92363

Graton Rancheria
Devin Chatoian
6400 Redwood Drive, Suite 300
Rohnert Park, CA 94928

Greenville Rancheria of Maidu Indians of California
Lacie Miles
P.O. Box 279
Greenville, CA 95937

Grindstone Indian Rancheria of Wintun-Wailaki Indians of California
Rudy Inong
P.O. Box 63
Elk Creek, CA 95939

Guidiville Rancheria of California
Merlene Sanchez
P.O. Box 339
Talmage, CA 95481

Habematolel Pomo of Upper Lake
Paula Britton
P.O. Box 516
Upperlake, CA 95485

Hoopa Valley Tribe of California
Ken Norton
P.O. Box 1348
Hoopa, CA 95546

Hopland Band of Pomo Indians
Meyo Marrufo
3000 Shanel Road
Hopland, CA 95449

Inaja Band of Diegueno Mission Indians of the Inaja and Cosmit Reservation
Pam Arviso
2005 S. Escondido Blvd.
Escondido, CA 92025

Ione Band of Miwok Indians
Arlene Dutscke
P.O. Box 699
Plymouth, CA 95669

Jackson Rancheria of Me-Wuk Indians of California
Michael Fallon
P.O. Box 1090
Jackson, CA 95642

Jamul Indian Village of California
Robert Mesa
P.O. Box 612
Jamul, CA 91935

Karuk Tribe of California
Leaf Hillman
P.O. Box 1016
Happy Camp, CA 96039

Kashia Band of Pomo Indians of the Stewarts Point Rancheria
Nina Hapner
3535 Industrial Drive Suite b2
Santa Rosa, CA 95403

La Jolla Band of Luiseno Mission Indians of the La Jolla Reservation
Rob Roy
22000 Highway 76
Pauma Valley, CA 92601

La Posta Band of Diegueno Mission Indians of the La Posta Indian Reservation
Javaughn Miller
P.O. Box 1120
Boulevard, CA 91905

Laytonville Rancheria
Sonny Elliot
P.O. Box 1239
Laytonville, CA 95454

Lone Pine Community
Mel O. Joseph
P.O. Box 747
Lone Pine, CA 93545

Los Coyotes Band of Cahuilla and Cupeno Indians
Chris Ortiz
P.O. Box 189
Warner Springs, CA 92086

Lower Lake Rancheria
Chairperson
P.O. Box 3162
Santa Rosa, CA 95402

Lytton Rancheria of California
Brent Gudzus
437 Aviation Boulevard
Santa Rosa, CA 95403

Manchester Band of Pomo Indians of the Manchester-Point Arena Rancheria
Karen Santana
P.O. Box 623
Point Arena, CA 95468

Manzanita Band of Diegueno Mission Indians of the Manzanita Reservation
Marc Anderson
P.O. Box 1302
Boulevard, CA 91905

Mechoopda Indian Tribe of Chico Rancheria
Mike Despain
125 Mission Ranch Blvd.
Chico, CA 95926

Mesa Grande Band of Diegueno Mission Indians
Darrel Langley
P.O. Box 270
Santa Ysabel, CA 92070

Middletown Rancheria of Pomo Indians of California
Chris Simon
PO Box 1035
Middletown, CA 95461

Mooretown Rancheria of Maidu Indians of California
Guy Taylor
#1 Alverda Drive
Oroville, CA 95966

Morongo Band of Cahuilla Mission Indians of the Morongo Reservation
Liz Bogdanski
12700 Pumarra Road
Banning, CA 92220

 NAEPC
Jill Sherman
27368 Via Indsutria, Suite 105
Temecula, CA 92590

Northfork Rancheria of Mono Indians of California
Christina McDonald
PO Box 929
North Fork, CA 93643

Owens Valley Indian Commission
Teri Red Owl
46 Tusu Lane
Bishop, CA 93514

Pala Band of Luiseno Mission Indians of the Pala Reservation
Shasta Gaughen
PMB 50
35008 Pala Temecula Road
Pala, CA 92059

Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians of California
Leslie Loshe
P.O. Box 398
Orland, CA 95963

Pauma Band of Luiseno Mission Indians of the Pauma & Yuima Reservation
Miguel Hernandez
P.O. Box 369
Pauma Valley, CA 92601

Pechanga Band of Luiseno Mission Indians of the Pechanga Reservation
Syndi Smallwoood
P.O. Box 1477
Temecula, CA 92593

Picayune Rancheria of Chukchansi Indians of California
Samuel Elizondo
46575 Road 417
Coarsegold, CA 93614

Pinoleville Pomo Nation of the Pinoleville Rancheria
David Edmunds
500 B. Pinoleville Drive
Ukiah, CA 95482

Pit River Tribe
Marissa Fierro
36970 Park Avenue
Burney, CA 96013

Potter Valley Tribe
Gregg Young
2251 S. State Street
Ukiah, CA 95482

Quartz Valley Indian Community of the Quartz Valley Reservation of California
Kim Mattson
13601 Quartz Valley Road
Fort Jones, CA 96032

Ramona Band or Village of Cahuilla Mission Indians of California
Reginald Agunwah
PO Box 391670
Anza, CA 92539

Redding Rancheria
Don Hayward
2000 Redding Rancheria Road
Redding, CA 96001

Redwood Valley Rancheria of Pomo Indians of California
Steve Navarez
3250 Road 1
Redwood Valley, CA 95470

Resighini Rancheria
Rob Cozens
PO Box 529
Klamath, CA 95548

Rincon Band of Luiseno Mission Indians of the Rincon Reservation
Tiffany Wolfe
PO Box 68
Valley Center, CA 92082

Robinson Rancheria of Pomo Indians of California
Tracey Avila, Tribal Chair
PO Box 4015
Nice, CA 95464

Rohnerville Rancheria
Edwin Smith
32 Bear River Drive
Loleta, CA 95551

Round Valley Indian Tribes of the Round Valley Reservation
Carlino Bettega
77826 Covelo Road
Covelo, CA 95428

Rumsey Indian Rancheria of Wintun Indians of California
Marshall McKay
P.O. Box 18
Brooks, CA 95606

San Manuel General Council
Clifford Batten
101 Pure Water Lane
Highland CA, 92326

San Pasqual Band of Diegueno Mission Indians of California
John Flores
P.O. Box 365
Valley Center, CA 92082

Santa Rosa Band
Steven Estrada
PO Box 609
Hemet, CA 92546

Santa Rosa Indian Community
Allen Berna
PO Box 8
Lemoore, CA 93245

Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Mission Indians of the Santa Ynez Reservation
Joshua Simmons
P.O. Box 517
Santa Ynez, CA 93460

Santa Ysabel Band of Diegueno Mission Indians of the Santa Ysable Reservation
Melody Sees
P. O. Box 130
Santa Ysabel, CA 92070

Scotts Valley Band of Pomo Indians of California
Donald Arnold
301 Industrial Avenue
Lakeport, CA 95453

Sherwood Valley Rancheria
Michael Fitzgeral
190 Sherwood Hill Dr.
Willits, CA 95490

Shingle Springs Tribal Council
Darrin Ruddy
P.O. Box 1340
Shingle Springs, CA 95682

Smith River Rancheria
Kara Brundine-Miller, Chairperson
140 Rowdy Creek Rd.
Smith River, CA 95567

Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians
Erica Helms-Schenk
P.O. Box 487
San Jacinto, CA 92581

Susanville Indian Rancheria
Crista Stewart
745 Joaquin Street
Susanville, CA 96130

Sycuan Band Tribal Council
Lisa Haws
5485 Casino Way
El Cajon, CA 92019

Table Mountain Rancheria of California
Cliff Raley
Box 410
Friant, CA 93626

Timbi-sha Shoshone Tribe (Death Valley Reservation)
Merv Hess
P.O. Box 1779
Bishop, CA 93515

Torres Martinez Tribal Council
Gerardo Bojorquez
P.O. Box 1160
Thermal, CA 92274

Tule River Indian Tribe of the Tule River Reservation
Kerri Vera
P.O. Box 589
Porterville, CA 93258

Tuolumne Me-Wuk Tribal Council
Stephanie Suess
P.O. Box 699
Tuolumne, CA 95379

United Auburn Indian Community of the Auburn Rancheria of California
David Sawyer
1801 7th Street, Suite 100
Sacramento, CA 95811

Utu Utu Gwaitu Paiute Tribe of the Benton Paiute Reservation
Juanita Watterson
Star Route 4, Box 56-C
Benton, CA 93512

Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians
Donald Butz
P.O. Box 908
Alpine, California 91903

Wiyot Tribe
Ted Hernandez
1000 Wiyot Drive
Loleta, CA 95551

Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation
Emily Reeves
P.O. Box 18
Brooks, CA 95606

Yurok Tribe of the Yurok Reservation
Thomas O’Rourke Sr., Chairperson
P.O. Box 1027
Klamath, CA 95548

 

EXHIBIT B

LIST OF PRESERVATION ORGANIZATIONS NOTIFIED

 

Cindy Heitzman
California Preservation Foundation
5 Third St., Suite 424
San Francisco, CA 94103

Brian Turner
National Trust for Historic Pres.
5 Third Street, Suite 707
San Francisco, California 94103

Linda Dishman, Exec. Dir.
Los Angeles Conservancy
523 W. Sixth Street, Suite 826
Los Angeles, California 90014

Mike Buhler, Exec. Dir.
San Francisco Arch. Heritage
2007 Franklin Street
San Francisco, California 94109

Bruce Koons, Exec. Dir.
Save Our Heritage Org. (SOHO)
2476 San Diego Avenue
San Diego, California 92110

Michael Newland, Pres.
Soc. for Cal. Arch. Bus. Offc.
1692 Mangrove Ave., #153
Chico, CA 95926

 

EXHIBIT C

MAILING ADDRESSES OF SIGNATORIES

 

U. S. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT:

         U.S. Dept. Housing & Urban Development
        Pacific l- Hawaii – Region IX
        600 Harrison Street, Third Floor
        San Francisco, CA 94107

CALIFORNIA STATE HISTORIC PRESERVATION OFFICER:

         Office of Historic Preservation
        1725 23rd Street, Suite 100
        Sacramento, CA 95816

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Content Archived: February 18, 2014