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Woodland-Larchmere Commercial Historic District Cleveland, Shaker Heights, Cuyahoga County, OhioNational Register Public Hearing May 21, 2015
Barbara Powers State Historic Preservation OfficeOhio History Connection
Wendy Naylor and Diana WellmanNaylor Wellman, LLC1State Historic Preservation OfficeDivision of the Ohio History ConnectionPlanning (Certified Local Governments)Ongoing statewide survey Archaeology/ArchitectureResource Protection and ReviewTechnical Preservation Services/Tax Incentives
OAI = Ohio Archaeological InventoryOHI = Ohio Historic InventoryReview and Compliance = the review of federally funded, permits, or licenses and their impact upon National Register listed properties or properties determined eligible for the National Register of Historic Places.
Education Building Doctor, training for professionals, etc.
Planning HP plans, Statewide HP Plan, local design review, guidelines, ordinaces
2National Register of Historic PlacesNational Historic Preservation Act of 1966 (NHPA) as amended
Created National Register of Historic Places
System to administer the program State Historic Preservation Office
National Register of Historic Places is the cornerstone of the national historic preservation program because it recognizes properties significant to American history and deems them worthy of preservation. The National Register is the official list of these historic properties recognized by the federal government.
National Register listing tells property owners, local officials, interested groups, and citizens you have something worthy of preservation; but leaves decision-making about what that means to the property owner, etc.
3National Register of Historic PlacesProgram of the National Park Service, in Ohio administered by State Historic Preservation Office
3,976 listings, with more than 51,000 historic properties
530 listings for historic districts, including commercial, residential, large farms or estates, and campuses
4National Register of Historic PlacesAnyone can nominate a property
Notification of owner prior to listing
State Historic Preservation Office staff review
Ohio Historic Site Preservation Advisory Board -- state review board
National Park Service -- final listing
National Register of Historic PlacesProperty TypesTo QualifyAge
6National Register of Historic PlacesCriteria for EvaluationA. Event or broad pattern of eventsB. Persons important in our pastC. Architectural meritD. Yield important informationIntegrityLocationDesignSettingMaterialsWorkmanshipFeelingAssociation7National Register of Historic PlacesHistoric DistrictsGeographically definable area
May include individual National Register-listed properties
8National Register of Historic PlacesA Public Policy Definition of what Historic Properties are Significant
A Planning Tool
A Means of Protection
Certification of a Propertys Eligibility for Historic Preservation Benefits
A Resource for Research and Education
An Honor Roll
9What the National Register of Historic Places Does Not DoPrevent owner from remodeling, repairing, altering, selling, or demolishing with other than federal funds
Obligate owner to make repairs or improvements to property
** use of federal funds (or permits, licenses) triggers what is known as Section 106 review and compliance review of project receiving federal involvement to determine impact upon National Register listed properties or properties determined eligible for the National Register. 10What the National Register of Historic Places Does DoRecognition of historic properties and their importance (planning/education tool)
Consideration in planning federal and federally assisted projects
Eligibility for federal and state tax benefits (income-producing contributing properties)
Qualifying preservation projects for federal grant assistance
** use of federal funds (or permits, licenses) triggers what is known as Section 106 review and compliance review of project receiving federal involvement to determine impact upon National Register listed properties or properties determined eligible for the National Register.
11Property Owners and Local Officials are notified of nominations to the National Register of Historic Places
1. 60-30 days before the State Review Board meeting2. When nomination is sent to National Park Service3. When nomination is listed in National Register
Less than 50 property owners receive certified lettersMore than 50 property owners public hearing/legal notices
Certified Local Governments comment on nomination before the State Review Board meeting
If a majority of private property owners object to nomination Not listed in National Register Nomination is reviewed for Determination of Eligibility
National Register Notification12Ohio Historic Site Preservation Advisory Board Meeting June 26, 2015, 10:00 amOhio History Center800 E. 17th Avenue, Columbus, OhioSend correspondence to
Burt Logan, SHPOState Historic Preservation OfficeOhio History Connection800 E. 17th AvenueColumbus, OH 43211(614) 298-2000www.ohiohistory.org
Have additional questions? Contact Barb Powers at 614-298-2000 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The National Register encourages citizens, public agencies, and private organizations to recognize and use the places of our past to create livable and viable communities for the future.14