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State of California Natural Resources Agency

Edmund G. Brown Jr., Governor

 

 

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION

Lisa Ann L. Mangat, Director

 

OFFICE OF HISTORIC PRESERVATION

COMMISSION MEMBERS

 

 

STATE HISTORICAL RESOURCES COMMISSION

 

Julianne Polanco, State Historic Preservation Officer

Marshall McKay, Chair

 

Lee Adams

 

1725 23rd Street, Suite 100, Sacramento, CA 95816-7100

 

Bryan K. Brandes

 

Telephone: (916) 445-7000

FAX: (916) 445-7053

 

Janet Hansen

 

calshpo.ohp@parks.ca.gov

www.ohp.parks.ca.gov

Alan Hess

Luis Hoyos

Rick Moss

Adam Sriro

René Vellanoweth

REGULAR QUARTERLY MEETING OF THE

STATE HISTORICAL RESOURCES COMMISSION

AGENDA

All items on this Agenda are subject to action by the Commission.

All items on this Agenda will be conducted in Open Session unless otherwise noted.

DATE: Friday, August 3, 2018

TIME: 9:00 a.m.

PLACE: State Resources Building

Auditorium

1416 9th Street

Sacramento, California 95814

I.CALL TO ORDER

II.PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

III.INTRODUCTION OF COMMISSIONERS AND STAFF

IV.WELCOME

V.RESOLUTIONS

 

California Historic Places Award for Emma Lund

 

California Historic Places Honorable Commendation for Jennifer Cole

VI.

APPROVAL OF MAY 17, 2018 SUMMARY OF THE MEETING

VII.

COMMISSION AND STAFF REPORTS

A.Marshall McKay—Chairperson’s Report

B.Julianne Polanco—Executive Secretary’s Report

VIII.    CONSENT CALENDAR I

The Commission may approve items on the Consent Calendar in a single motion without public comment. Any person requesting an item be removed from the Consent Calendar, to present public comment, shall make such request by completing a Speaker Form and submitting it to the Chair prior to the Commission acting on the Consent Calendar. If such a request is made, the item(s) in question shall be removed from the Consent Calendar and heard by the Commission as a Discussion and Action Item.

The Commission welcomes comments on Consent Calendar items following approval. Any person wishing to address the Commission on a Consent Calendar item, but not wishing to remove it from the Consent Calendar, shall complete a Speaker Form and submit it to the Chair prior to the Commission acting on the Consent Calendar. Such person shall address the Commission following action on the Consent Calendar.

Nomination summaries will precede the Commission’s motion, presented by Jay Correia, Supervisor, Cultural Resources Programs; Amy Crain, State Historian II; William Burg, State Historian II.

A.National Register of Historic Places, New Nominations

1.McKinley Park

Sacramento, Sacramento County

State Level of Significance; Criteria A and C

2.St. Helena Public Cemetery St. Helena, Napa County

Local Level of Significance; Criteria A and C, Criteria Consideration B

3.Thacher School Ojai, Ventura County

Local Level of Significance; Criterion A, Criteria Consideration B

4.Martinez Grammar School Annex (Historic Resources of Martinez, CA MPS) Martinez, Contra Costa County

Local Level of Significance; Criterion C

IX.      CONSENT CALENDAR II

A.National Register of Historic Places, New Nominations 1. Canterbury Apartment Hotel, The

Los Angeles, Los Angeles County

Local Level of Significance; Criterion A

X.NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES CALIFORNIA REGISTER OF HISTORICAL RESOURCES DISCUSSION AND ACTION ITEMS

A nomination summary will precede public comment and Commission discussion. A. National Register of Historic Places, New Nominations

1.Beverly Fairfax Historic District Los Angeles, Los Angeles County

Local Level of Significance; Criteria A and C

2.Ramona Main Street Colonnade Ramona, San Diego County

Local Level of Significance, Criterion A

XI.      NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES

Progress Report

The National Park Service Notice of Listings identifies those properties that have been listed in the National Register of Historic Places or determined eligible for listing. Properties listed in or determined eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places are automatically listed in the California Register of Historical Resources. Since the last regular meeting of the Commission the Office of Historic Preservation has been notified of the following:

Properties Listed

 

Napa County Infirmary

06/04/2018

Napa, Napa County

 

Point Reyes Naval Radio Compass Station

06/29/2018

Inverness (vicinity), Marin County

 

Cunningham-Hembree Estate

07/09/2018

Windsor, Sonoma County

 

Properties Determined Eligible

 

Top Hat Hot Dog Stand

07/09/2018

Ventura, Ventura County

 

XII.     PUBLIC COMMENTS (on subjects other than the above agenda items)

XIII.    COMMISSION DISCUSSION AND ACTION ITEMS

A. 2016 and 2017 Annual Report (Action)

B. California Historical Resources Information System Fees (Action)

XIV.    CLOSED SESSION OF THE COMMISSION

Pending Litigation: California Register of Historical Resources—Willow Glen Trestle, San Jose, Santa Clara County

Conference with legal counsel to confer with and receive advice regarding pending litigation when discussion in open session would prejudice the position of the Commission [Government Code § 11126(e)(1) & (e)(2)(A)].

City of San Jose v. State Historical Resources Commission et al., San Francisco Superior Court case No. CPF-18-516021 (Filed January 24, 2018)

XV.     COMMISSIONERS’ COMMENTS

XVI.    ADJOURNMENT