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ACHP Meets in DC; New Member Sworn In

The ACHP met for spring business March 23 at the Capitol Visitor Center Auditorium in Washington, D.C. U.S. Rep. Jared Huffman of California swore in newly appointed council member Reno Keoni Franklin, who is chairman of the Kashia Band of Pomo Indians in northern California. Also at the council table as a voting member was the vice chairman of the National Association of Tribal Historic Preservation Officers Alvin Windy Boy of the Chippewa Cree of Montana. NATHPO's new status was codified in December 2016.

ACHP members discussed progress of the new Administration transition, including a meeting Chairman Wayne Donaldson had with Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke. The two agencies share the majority of the duties in advancing the national historic preservation program. Council members also adopted changes to the ACHP operating procedures in light of the pending full-time chairman whose position has been authorized as of December 2016. Members discussed the ideas surrounding infrastructure and Administration goals, the historic preservation tax credit, broadband deployment, and youth engagement and job training.

Posted June 16, 2017