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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, January 21, 2022
TIME:9:00 a.m.
PLACE:Virtual Meeting on Zoom (if you wish to comment on any item on this agenda, use this link to register)

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_WTxSTx-sQDeWFTF4AoIS4w
To watch this meeting without commenting, registration is not required. Please go to the CAL-SPAN Network at https://cal-span.org/static/index.php. Archived meeting recordings which serve as minutes of meetings can be retrieved from the same link.
I. CALL TO ORDER
II. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
III. INTRODUCTION OF COMMISSIONERS AND STAFF
IV. WELCOME

Armando Quintero, California State Parks Director
V.COMMISSION AND STAFF REPORTS
 A. Chairperson’s Report
 B. Executive Secretary’s Report
VI. CONSENT CALENDAR
 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 the meeting registration form, indicating they wish to comment on the Consent Calendar, and explaining what they wish to remove from consent in the Questions/Comments part of the registration form. 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 the meeting registration form, indicating they wish to comment on the Consent Calendar. Such person shall address the Commission following action on the Consent Calendar.

See the PLACE link at the top of the agenda to access the meeting registration form.

Nomination summaries will precede the Commission’s motion.
 
Motion and Vote
 A.National Register of Historic Places, New Nominations
  1. Royal Theater
(Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in California MPS)
Guadalupe, Santa Barbara County
Local Level of Significance; Criteria A, B, and C
  2. Woman’s Club of Bakersfield
Bakersfield, Kern County
Local Level of Significance; Criteria A and C
  3. Fullerton Union High School Auditorium [Pastoral California Mural]
Fullerton, Orange County
Local Level of Significance; Criteria A and C
4. Santiago Orange Growers Association Packing House
Orange, Orange County
Local Level of Significance; Criterion A
  5. Freestone Store
Freestone, Sonoma County
Local Level of Significance; Criterion A
  6. Glide Memorial Church
San Francisco, San Francisco County
Local Level of Significance; Criteria A and C; Criteria Consideration A
  7. Kight, Morris, House
Los Angeles, Los Angeles County
Local Level of Significance; Criteria A and B; Criteria Consideration G
 B.California Historical Landmarks, New Nominations
  1. Black Cat Tavern
Los Angeles, Los Angeles County
VII.DISCUSSION AND ACTION ITEMS
NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES
CALIFORNIA REGISTER OF HISTORICAL RESOURCES
 A nomination summary will precede public comment and Commission discussion.
 A.National Register of Historic Places, New Nominations
  1. Carthay Neighborhoods Historic District
Los Angeles, Los Angeles County
Local Level of Significance; Criteria A and C
Motion and Vote
VIII. 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
 Winehaven Historic District (Additional Documentation)
Richmond, Contra Costa County
11/16/2021
 Palm Springs Municipal Airport Terminal
Palm Springs, Riverside County
[Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians Tribal Historic Preservation Office]

11/24/2021
 Santa Cruz Island Archeological District (Boundary Increase)
Boundary Increase Approved
Santa Barbara vicinity, Santa Barbara County

12/06/2021
 Santa Cruz Island Archeological District (Additional Documentation)
Additional Documentation Approved
Santa Barbara vicinity, Santa Barbara County
12/06/2021
 Strand Theater
Merced, Merced County
12/07/2021
 Inspiration Heights Historic District
San Diego, San Diego County
12/07/2021
 Mathews, Arthur C. and Judith, House
Atherton, San Mateo County
12/07/2021
 Commercial Club
Los Angeles, Los Angeles County

12/28/2021
 San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge (Amendment)
San Francisco and Alameda Counties

1/4/2022
 
Properties Determined Eligible

 Christiansen and Grow Filling Station
Orange, Orange County
12/28/2021
IX. PUBLIC COMMENTS (on subjects other than the above agenda items)
X.COMMISSION DISCUSSION AND ACTION ITEMS
 A.
Approval of State Historical Resources Commission 2021 Annual Report (Action)
Motion and Vote
 B.
California Historical Resources Information System (CHRIS) Annual Report (Update) and Fees (Action)
Motion and Vote
 C. State Historical Resources Commission Committees (Discussion)
XI. COMMISSIONERS’ COMMENTS
XII.ADJOURNMENT