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California State Parks and Recreation Commission
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 5, 2022
TIME: 9:00 a.m.
PLACE: California Natural Resources Headquarters Building
Auditorium
715 P Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
AND 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_pU04AxsASw-w9APdFPAPlA

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. RESOLUTIONS
  Duane Marti
National History Day – California
California Historic Places Award for Shahzeb Khan, Jayden Mun, Eesh Pant, Avni Sriram, and Avneesh Sudame 
VI. COMMISSION AND STAFF REPORTS
  A. Chairperson’s Report
  B. Executive Secretary’s Report
VII. 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.
  A. National Register of Historic Places, New Nominations
    1. Asilomar Conference Grounds Warnecke Historic District
Pacific Grove, Monterey County
Local Level of Significance, Criterion C
    2. NORLINA (shipwreck and remains)
Jenner vicinity, Sonoma County
National Level of Significance, Criteria A and D
    3. Pflueger, Timothy L., House
San Francisco, San Francisco County
Local Level of Significance, Criterion B
    4. New City of Mentalphysics
Joshua Tree, San Bernardino County
Local Level of Significance, Criteria A and C
  B. California Historical Landmarks, New Nominations
    1. Palace of Fine Arts
San Francisco, San Francisco County
VIII. 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. California Register of Historical Resources, New Nominations
    1. Joshua Tree Futuro
Joshua Tree, San Bernardino County
Local Level of Significance, Criterion 3
  B. National Register of Historic Places, New Nominations
    1. Preston School of Industry
Ione, Amador County
Local Level of Significance, Criteria A and C
    2. United States Maritime Service Officers’ School
Alameda, Alameda County
Local Level of Significance, Criteria A and C
IX. 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
  Northern California Doghole Ports Maritime Cultural Landscape
Multiple Property Submission (Doghole Ports MPS) 
Cover Documentation Approved
04/11/2022
  Salt Point Landing Historical and Archaeological District
(Doghole Ports MPS)

Jenner vicinity, Sonoma County
04/11/2022
  People’s Park 
Berkeley, Alameda County
05/24/2022
  Hogan House  
Los Angeles, Los Angeles County
06/03/2022
  Old Farmdale School  
Los Angeles, Los Angeles County
06/03/2022
  Marin Art and Garden Center  
Ross, Marin County
06/06/2022
  ROBERT GRAY (hydrographic survey vessel)  
Richmond, Contra Costa County
06/27/2022
  St. Francis Wood Historic District  
San Francisco, San Francisco County
06/30/2022
  Santa Rosa Island Archaeological District (Amendment)  
Santa Rosa Island vicinity, Santa Barbara County
07/18/2022
X. PUBLIC COMMENTS (on subjects other than the above agenda items)
XI. COMMISSIONERS’ COMMENTS
XII. ADJOURNMENT