CALIFORNIA NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE COMMISSION Office Phone (916) 373-3710
Location: Ziggurat Building Auditorium 707 3 rd Street West Sacramento, CA 95605 (916) 375-4990
Thursday, April 20, 2017 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
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THE BASICS OF PROTECTING TRIBAL CULTURAL RESOURCES UNDER AB 52 (The California Environmental Quality Act [CEQA]): A TRAINING FOR TRIBES
WELCOME AND INTRODUCTIONS NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE COMMISSION
Introduction Cynthia Gomez, Executive Secretary, Native American Heritage Commission
Goals of the Training Terrie L. Robinson, General Counsel, Native American Heritage Commission
Learning the Language of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA): What Is CEQA, What It Does (And Does Not Do), and What Tribes Should Understand About It, Terrie L. Robinson, General Counsel, Native American Heritage Commission
Tribal Consultation Under AB 52: Legal Requirements and Suggested Best Practices for Tribes, Merri Lopez- Keifer, Secretary, Native American Heritage Commission, Terrie L. Robinson, General Counsel, Native American Heritage Commission
Protecting Tribal Cultural Resources (As Much As Possible) Using AB 52, Merri Lopez-Keifer, Secretary, Native American Heritage Commission
When the Lead Agency Disagrees With a Tribe About Whether Cultural Resources Are Tribal Cultural Resources Under the CEQA Definition: Making and Preserving the Administrative Record for Possible Legal Suit Under CEQA, Courtney Ann Coyle, Attorney at Law
Question and Answer Roundtable, Merri Lopez-Keifer, Secretary, Native American Heritage Commission, Terrie L. Robinson, General Counsel, Native American Heritage Commission, Courtney Ann Coyle, Attorney at Law
PUBLIC COMMENTPlease submit a speaker card. The public may comment on any item on the agenda before action, if any, is taken on the item.
CLOSING At the end of Public Comment or 3:00 PM, whichever is first.
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