Section 106 Memorandum Of Agreement

B. The department ensures that the new site of the building is adapted to the character of the building, that the building is visually and otherwise compatible with the environment of its new site and that the relocation of the site does not affect the archaeological or historical lands that occupy the proposed new site, or that this agreement is modified to allow significant or other effects on this land. The Department ensures that the new site is selected in consultation with the Committee and takes into account the comments made by the Committee on the new site during the final decision on the use of this site. As part of these guidelines, there are two checklists of contractual documents, each containing a number of questions, to ensure that the final document contains the necessary information that needs to be fully implemented. Checklists contain references to other useful provisions that may be appropriate in many contractual documents. The following explanation from the first checklist, „Section 106 Contract List: Content,“ contains additional information on the various themes and their application to Section 106 on the evolution and implementation of contracts. The attached checklists will assist those who develop or review the agreements in accordance with Section 106 to ensure that they follow the usual format and contain the necessary provisions. This type of provision is intended to be included in a PA that is executed before the plan (under any name) is developed. It has the advantage that the parties to the board agree on the standards to be used in the development of the plan before investing time and money in the development of the plan.

Rehabilitation Program C. Once the ICRMP is complete as a project, the Navy will provide all parts of the Palestinian Authority with copies of the project to verify and accept all items directly or indirectly related to historic real estate. Differences of opinion or issues relating to the proposed PPH are resolved through consultations between the parties. A passer-by objected to the agency painting the Old Mill in pink. The Agency does not ignore the objection simply because it entered into an agreement on the painting of the building in accordance with Section 106. On the other hand, it does not automatically make a large quantity. He alerts the other parties and talks to the passer-by about the matter. If one of the other parties says, „Wait a minute, I thought you were weighing it blue,“ then that party can step in and participate in the discussion. The parties to the agreement then become a kind of screen and reject objections that they deem unserious, but each of them is able to raise a public objection like his own. This assumption triggers the more structured provisions of the settlement provision of objections between the parties.

Over the years, the Advisory Committee for the Conservation of Historic Monuments (ACHP) has developed three „standard provisions“ for the use of Section 106 memorands of the agreement (MOA) and other agreements. First, there was „MOMM“ for the Manual of Mitigation Measures, which fortunately was buried in the mid-1980s. Then there was „PAD“ for „Preparing Agreement Documents“ (there was a proposal to call it Developing Agreement Documents, but it did not fly), published in 1988 (ACHP 1988). In the mid-1990s, an updated collection was developed, blessed by CHPA staff and set up in the classroom, although it was never published (ACHP 1995). It has been available for a few years on the General Services Administration (GSA) website „NEPA Call-In“.