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    Section 106 Review of Federal Undertakings (Historic Sites)

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    Section 106 requires Federal agencies to consider the impacts of their actions on historic properties (Overview of the NHPA Section 106 Process p. 11). This process starts with the initiating of an undertaking by a federal government or an agency that receives funding, licenses, or permits from a federal agency.

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    Section 106 requires Federal agencies to consider the impacts of their actions on historic properties (Overview of the NHPA Section 106 Process p. 11). This process starts with the initiating of an undertaking by a federal government or an agency that receives funding, licenses, or permits from a federal agency. The organization makes a determination if the undertaking might impact ...

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    Federal undertakings require a Section 106 review to ensure projects will not negatively impact historic and tribal sites. This is a formal review process for any organization that obtains licenses and permits from the federal government. Organizations that fall into this category that do not follow a proper Section 106 review are subject to fines and penalties.

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