No changes expected in LBL programmatic agreement
by Franklin Clark, Reporter --
Jan 22, 2014 | 107 107 recommendations | email to a friend | print
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A new “programmatic agreement” for the Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area that is currently under review includes no new policies or policy changes, LBL Media Contact Jan Bush said last week.

“It outlines the set protocols that we’ve agreed with to both the states of Tennessee and Kentucky … and really, just how we’re managing our historic resources,” said Bush. “We were working with two different states, and so we’re all … agreeing to the same protocols. It streamlines the reporting process and helps us manage the preservation efforts.”

The agreement is between the U.S.D.A. (U.S. Department of Agriculture), LBL, the Kentucky and Tennessee SHPOs (State Historic Preservation Offices), the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, the Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma and the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation.

The 16-page Final Draft of the Heritage Programmatic Agreement (PA) is currently under review by these consulting parties and is also available for public review and comment.

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