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In last week’s toolkit, we covered the who and what of Section 106 review, a preservation tool that can help you save a place that matters to you. Now we’re going to cover the how, which involves one of the most important parts of the process: you!
We’ve mentioned a few times just how essential public involvement is in the Section 106 review process, and we have a few pointers on how you can influence the outcome of a federal project proposal.
The review process can sometimes be a lengthy ordeal, but there are ways that you can get involved both before and after the review is completed.
Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.