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VDHR to Release New Electronic Project Review Application - Summer 2010

The Virginia Department of Historic Resources (VDHR) is expected to release its new electronic project review application later this summer. The application will be referred to as ePIX, an acronym for "electronic project information exchange." Once released, VDHR will require all new projects be submitted via ePIX. The application will...

Recognize Your History with a Highway Marker - Spring 2010

Installing a roadside marker is one of the most visible and cost effective ways to celebrate historical people, places, and events in your community. Established in 1926, Virginia's Historical Highway Marker program is maintained by the Virginia Department of Historic Resources and is one of the oldest in the nation, featuring roadside markers on a wide variety of subjects throughout the Commonwealth...

New Guidance on Evaluating Common Resource Types - Spring 2010

The National Park Service (NPS) recently issued new guidance on the evaluation and eligibility of common architectural resource types. The guidance is found in a White Paper entitled, Evaluating Common Resources for National Register of Historic Places Eligibility. The White Paper series was established by the NPS to periodically...

Historic Properties Reports - Winter 2010

For a limited time, D+A is offering Historic Properties Reports for parcels in Virginia up to 500 acres for a fixed fee of $2,950. The D+A Historic Properties Report provides information on the following...

National Park Service Updates Civil War Battlefield Boundaries - Winter 2010

The American Battlefield Protection Program of the National Park Service has published an update to the Civil War Sites Advisory Commission's report on Virginia's battlefields. It includes updated battlefield boundaries, proposed National Register boundaries, and profiles for each of the Civil War battlefields in Virginia...

Newsletter - Summer 2008

Welcome to the summer edition of the Dutton + Associates e-newsletter. With clear changes in the economy and marketplace, understanding your role and responsibilities in historic resource regulatory processes and having reliable data for decision-making are more important now than ever before. Included in this issue is important guidance...

Newsletter - Winter 2008

A human burial or cemetery is considered historic if it meets, or is likely to meet, one of the criteria for listing a property in the National Register of Historic Places (National Register). Typically, human burials and cemeteries are not considered eligible for listing in the National Register. Exceptions include human burials and cemeteries that meet...

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