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State of California " The Natural Resources Agency
EDMUND G. BROWN, Governor


OFFICE OF HISTORIC PRESERVATION
DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION
P.O. BOX 942896
SACRAMENTO, CA 94296-0001
(916) 445-7000 Fax: (916) 445-7053
calshpo@parks.ca.gov



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, October 27, 2017
TIME:
9:00 a.m.
PLACE:
State Resources Building -- Auditorium
1416 9th Street
Sacramento, California 95814
  1.  CALL TO ORDER

  2.  PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

  3.  INTRODUCTION OF COMMISSIONERS AND STAFF

  4.  WELCOME

    Lisa Mangat, California State Parks Director, Transformation Update

  5.  RESOLUTIONS

    1. Kaitlyn Moss and Caitlyn Richter, 2017 National History Day in California Historic Places Award Recipients (Senior Group Exhibit)
    2. Jada Ramsey, 2017 National History Day in California Historic Places Award Recipient (Junior Individual Performance)
    3. Stacey Chen, 2017 National History Day in California Historic Places Special Commendation Recipient (Senior Individual Documentary)
    4. Kaitlyn Arst, 2017 National History Day in California Historic Places Special Commendation Recipient (Senior Individual Exhibit) 
    5. Luke Winzenread, 2017 National History Day in California Historic Places Special Commendation Recipient (Elementary Individual Poster
  6.  APPROVAL OF JULY 28, 2017 MINUTES       Motion and Vote

  7. COMMISSION AND STAFF REPORTS

    1.  Marshall McKay—Chairperson’s Report
    2.  Julianne Polanco—Executive Secretary’s Report
  8.  POWERPOINT PRESENTATION OF CONSENT CALENDAR PROPERTIES

    Jay Correia, State Historian III/Registration Unit Supervisor; Amy Crain, State Historian II; William Burg, State Historian II

  9. CONSENT CALENDAR I*      

    1. National Register of Historic Places, New Nominations     Motion and  Vote
      1.  Southside Park Historic District
        (Latinos in Twentieth Century California Multiple Property Submission) Sacramento, Sacramento CountyState Level of Significance; Criterion A 

      2.  Pomona Court and Apartments
        Fullerton, Orange County
        Local Level of Significance; Criterion C 

      3.  Messina Orchard
        San Jose, Santa Clara County
        Local Level of Significance; Criteria A and C

      4.  Community Settlement House (Latinos MPS)
        Riverside, Riverside County
        Local Level of Significance; Criterion A 

      5.  Drucker, Peter, House
        Claremont, Los Angeles County
        Local Level of Significance; Criterion B
    2. California Register of Historical Resources, New Nominations
      1.  310 7th Street San Francisco, San Francisco County
        Local Level of Significance; Criterion 1 

  10. CONSENT CALENDAR II*

    1. National Register of Historic Places, New Nominations
      1.  The Ellison        Motion and Vote
        Venice (Los Angeles), Los Angeles County
        Local Level of Significance; Criterion C
         

        *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.  
  11.  NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES CALIFORNIA REGISTER OF HISTORICAL RESOURCES DISCUSSION AND ACTION ITEMS
    A PowerPoint presentation will precede public comment and Commission discussion.

    1.  Request for Redetermination, California Register of Historical Resources    Motion and Vote
      1. Request for Redetermination
        Willow Glen Trestle
        San Jose, Santa Clara County
      2. If Redetermination Request Granted, Nomination
        Willow Glen Trestle
        San Jose, Santa Clara County
        Local Level of Significance, Criterion 1
  12.  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

    Valentine, Walter D., Cottage B
    Altadena, Los Angeles County
    07/24/2017
    Dunn, Robert J. House
    Redlands, San Bernardino County
    07/24/2017
    Geilfuss, Henry, House
    San Francisco, San Francisco County
    07/24/2017
    Mayfair Hotel
    Pomona, Los Angeles County
    07/31/2017
    Albion River Bridge
    (Highway Bridges of California MPS) 
    Albion, Mendocino County
    07/31/2017
    Crabbe, Earl, Gymnasium
    (Historic Resources of Auburn, California MPS)
    Auburn, Placer County
    07/31/2017
    Mohr and Yoerk Market
    Sacramento, Sacramento County
    07/31/2017
    Degnan’s Restaurant
    (National Park Service Mission 66 Era Resources MPS)
    Yosemite National Park, Mariposa County
    09/05/2017
    Schonchin Butte Fire Lookout
    (Historic Park Landscapes in National and State Parks MPS)
    Lava Beds National Monument, Tulelake (vicinity), Siskiyou County
    09/05/2017
    Brooklyn Presbyterian Church
    Oakland, Alameda County
    09/18/2017
    Georgetown Civil War Armory
    Georgetown, El Dorado County
    09/18/2017
    Great Wall of Los Angeles
    (Latinos in Twentieth Century California MPS)
    Los Angeles, Los Angeles County
    09/18/2017
    Maxfield Building
    Los Angeles, Los Angeles County
    09/18/2017
    Marin City Public Housing
    Marin City, Marin County
    09/18/2017
    Hewes, David, House
    Tustin, Orange County
    09/18/2017
    Jefferson, Thomas, Elementary School
    Corona, Riverside County
    09/28/2017
    Sacred Heart Parish Complex
    San Francisco, San Francisco County
    09/28/2017
    Sierraville School
    Sierraville, Sierra County
    09/28/2017
    Benicia Southern Pacific Railroad Passenger Depot
    Sierraville, Sierra County

    09/28/2017
    Properties Determined Eligible

    Sperry Flour Company Vallejo Mills Historic District
    Vallejo, Solano County
    09/22/2017
  13.  PUBLIC COMMENTS (on subjects other than the above agenda items)

  14.  COMMITTEE UPDATES

    1.  COMMISSIONERS’ COMMENTS

    2.  PROPOSED MEETING DATES AND LOCATIONS FOR 2018

      Friday, February 2 (Sacramento) 
      Thursday, May 17 (CA Preservation Conference, Palo Alto, May 17-20) 
      Friday, August 3 (Location To Be Determined) 
      Friday, October 26 (Location To Be Determined)
    3.  ELECTION OF CHAIRPERSON AND VICE CHAIRPERSON FOR 2018      Motion and Vote
    4. ADJOURNMENT