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Programmatic Agreement (PA) Among the Department of Defense, the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, the Guam State Historic Preservation Officer (SHPO), and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) State Historic Preservation Officer regarding the Military Relocation to the Islands of Guam and Tinian (March 2011).
Per Stipulation I.A., the PA applies to all individual projects associated with the Guam and CNMI Military Relocation, as identified in the Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) and listed in Appendix A and as added or modified pursuant to Stipulation I.E. These projects are collectively referred to as the "Undertaking," per the definition of that term in 36 CFR 800.16(y).
Stipulation I.E. states that if the DoD proposes new actions or projects on Guam or Tinian that support the Undertaking but are not listed in Appendix E of the PA, such actions will require supplemental review.
PROJECTS ON THE PRESIDENTIAL BUDGET TO CONGRESS
Under Stipulation IV.E.1., beginning in 2011, within 30 days of the formal submission of the Presidential Budget to Congress, the DoD will provide information about military construction projects anticipated for the following fiscal year.
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR PROJECTS
As part of each year’s annual review of projects, Stipulation IV.E. of the PA states that the DoD will seek additional information from the Signatories, Invited Signatories, Concurring Parties, and the public regarding historic properties in the project areas associated with the Undertaking, prior to finalizing determinations of eligibility, consistent with 36 CFR 800.4(a)(3) and 800.4(b)(1).
Stipulation V.B.1. requires the DoD to post to the CRI website PA Memos for public comment for projects proposed for that fiscal year prior to the DoD's authorization of ground-disturbing activities or other actions with the potential to adversely affect historic properties.
If you would like to leave a comment regarding one of the proposed projects, please fill out the PA Memo Web Comment Form below. You may choose to submit your comments electronically by selecting the "Submit by Email" button at the bottom of the comment form.
Or you may choose to submit your comments on hard copy by selecting the "Print & Mail Form" button at the bottom of the comment form. Should you choose to send us a hard copy of your comments, you must use the form provided below.
The form must be mailed by the end of the comment period indicated on the project information page. Please print the completed form and mail it to us at the address below.
Naval Facilities Engineering Command Pacific
ATTN: CRI Web Comments, Code EV23
258 Makalapa Drive, Suite 100
Pearl Harbor, Hawaii 96860-3134
Information presented on this web site is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. If you do not want your name publicly posted, please create a nickname in the CRI User Name box which we can use to identify your comment publicly.
A USER NAME, WE WILL POST YOUR NAME ON THE CRI WEB SITE ALONG WITH YOUR COMMENT. We will only use your other contact information to communicate with you regarding comments submitted. We will only share the information you give us with another agency if your inquiry relates to that agency, or as otherwise required by law. We do not create individual profiles or give it to any private organizations. While you must provide a valid e-mail address or postal address in order for us to respond accordingly, we recommend that you do NOT include any personally identifying information such as social security numbers, etc.
In accordance with Stipulations IV.E.2.(a) and V.B.2.(b) of the PA, the CRI web site will display all comments received within the comment period that pertain to the identification and evaluation of historic properties and/or the assessments of effects, as appropriate. We will not post information that is subject to confidentiality restrictions imposed by Section 9(a) of the Archaeological Resources Protection Act or Section 304 of the National Historic Preservation Act, nor will we post information that it offensive in nature, including profanity, personal attacks on any individuals, expressions of racism or use of abusive language.