Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-321-5 - Nomination to the national register of historic places

Current through March 4, 2022

Requests for consideration of the nomination of a building, site or district to the National Register of Historic Places shall be made in writing and may be submitted by site owners, government officials, interested citizens, Commission members or Commission staff. The request for consideration of a National Register of Historic Places nomination shall be accompanied by photographs, a written description and a statement of the significance of the potential nominee.

Owners of properties suggested for nomination to the National Register of Historic Places shall be notified of the State's intent to nominate the property by certified mail at least thirty days prior to the final decision of the nomination of the property. Persons wishing to comment on the nomination shall do so in writing during the period of thirty days commencing with the date of the notice.

In the case where a district containing five or more properties is being nominated to the National Register of Historic Places, notice shall be given by publication of a legal advertisement twice, at least seven days apart, in a newspaper having substantial circulation in the municipality wherein the property is located. Interested persons wishing to comment shall do so in writing on the nomination during the period of thirty days commencing with the date of publication of the first legal advertisement.

The chief executive officer of the municipality in which is located a building, site or district being considered for nomination to the National Register shall be notified by certified mail of the State's intent to nominate the property at least thirty days prior to the final decision on the nomination of the property.

Administration of the National Register of Historic Places program shall be carried out in accordance with the regulations of the United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service concerning the National Register of Historic Places. Where Federal regulations may be inconsistent with State regulations, the Federal regulations shall apply.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-321-5
Effective June 2, 1977

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