In this webinar, the ACHP will introduce their Frequently Asked Questions on this topic and help participants to identify opportunities to effectively coordinate CERCLA and Section 106 requirements, demonstrate the benefits of Section 106 integration in successful CERCLA hazard remediation, and practice selecting a Section 106 compliance approach in real-world CERCLA situations.
Participants that are new to CERCLA, should consider reviewing the EPA’s resources at www.epa.gov/superfund, especially This Is Superfund: A Community Guide to EPA's Superfund Program - EPA 540-R-11-021, prior to the webinar.
This webinar was designed and developed by the President's Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, which is an independent federal agency that promotes the preservation, enhancement, and productive use of our nation's historic resources, and advises the President and Congress on national historic preservation policy.
Note: This webinar will occur on Eastern Time
is the assistant director for the Federal Permitting, Licensing and Assistance Section. When she first began at the ACHP nine years ago, Jaime was a program analyst and reviewed FEMA, HUD, SBA, EDA, NCPC, FDIC and other assistance agencies. Prior to joining the ACHP, she worked at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as an environmental protection specialist for five years. In that role, Jaime served as the technical specialist in historic preservation and performed a variety of activities, including coordinating their Section 106 and NEPA environmental reviews. Jaime holds a Master’s degree in Applied Anthropology and a Certificate in Historic Preservation from the University of Maryland-College Park.
Kelly Fanizzo is the Deputy General Counsel of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP). In this role she provides legal advice on the ACHP’s responsibilities in historic preservation law and environmental law, and she advises the agency regarding other aspects of federal law and regulation. Kelly initially joined the ACHP in February 2006 as a Program Analyst in the Office of Federal Agency Programs. She has a law degree from American University, Washington College of Law; an LL.M. in legal education from Temple University, Beasley School of Law; and Graduate Certificate in Museum Studies from The George Washington University.