Friday, March 11, 2011

Next Week: California Preservation Foundation 2011 Workshop Series
CEQA and Historic Resources: Thresholds, Mitigation & Case Studies

Register at or call 415-495-0349

Wednesday, March 16, 9am –4:30pm
Palisades Building Recital Hall; 2150 W. Pan American Rd.
San Diego, CA, 92101

Thursday, March 17, 9am– 4:30pm
Glendale Central Library Auditorium; 222 E. Harvard Street
Glendale, CA 91205

This course qualifies for MCLE, AIA & AICP Continuing Education Units

The California Environmental Quality Act is the primary legal tool used in California to protect historic resources threatened by a proposed development project. Projects that adversely impact an historic resource including demolition, partial demolition, alteration, relocation, typically require preparation to analyze and evaluate a range of alternatives that would avoid or reduce such impacts. Many historic preservation professionals find CEQA confusing and cultural resource analysis is misunderstood by many CEQA professionals. This workshop will explore thresholds, alternatives, district impacts ,legal issues and mitigation and review projects that have either led to the destruction or successfully saved cultural resources through the environmental review process.

Christy Johnson McAvoy
, Founding Principal, Historic Resources Group (Glendale & San Diego)
Ron Parsons, State Historian Local Government Unit, California Office of Historic Preservation (Glendale & San Diego)
Adrian Scott Fine, Director of Advocacy, Los Angeles Conservancy (Glendale)
Ken Bernstein, Principal Planner, City of Los Angeles (Glendale)
Cathy Winterrowd, Principal Planner/HRB Liaison, City of San Diego (San Diego)
Jan Chatten-Brown, Attorney, Chatten-Brown & Carstens (San Diego)
Jay Platt, Planner, Historic Preservation & Urban Design, City of Glendale (Glendale)
Erik Krause, Senior Environmental Planner, City of Glendale (Glendale)
Amy Minteer, Attorney, Chatten-Brown & Carstens (Glendale)

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