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Enrolled Senate Bill (S)

DIGEST

Improvements in historic districts. Provides that certain requirements for an alteration to a historic site or a historic structure do not apply to a construction project that is funded by the state and that involves the substantial alteration, demolition, or removal of a road or a sidewalk within the boundaries of the property of a historic site or a historic structure. Requires a person who intends to perform a construction project on a road or a sidewalk within the boundaries of the property of a historic site or a historic structure to submit an application for a certificate of approval Improvements in historic districts. Provides that certain requirements for an alteration to a historic site or a historic structure do not apply to a construction project that is funded by the state and that involves the substantial alteration, demolition, or removal of a road or a sidewalk within the boundaries of the property of a historic site or a historic structure. Requires a person who intends to perform a construction project on a road or a sidewalk within the boundaries of the property of a historic site or a historic structure to submit an application for a certificate of approval with the division of historic preservation and archeology (division) before the person may begin work on the proposed construction project. Requires the division to determine not later than 30 days after the date the person submits an application for a certificate of approval whether the proposed construction project will have an adverse impact on the historic site or the historic structure. Provides that if the division fails to issue a determination regarding the proposed construction project's impact on the historic site or the historic structure within 30 days after the date the person submits an application for a certificate of approval, the person may begin work on the construction project at the historic site or the historic structure. Provides that certain requirements for an alteration to a historic site or a historic structure do not apply to a construction project that is funded by the federal government. ... View more