The National Park Service (NPS) provides grant funding to qualified local governments to fund contract nominations to the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). Usually, the local government needs a qualified person to manage this complex program. The following is my involvement with this federal government program-
- Latah County Board of County Commissioners, Latah County, Idaho
- Latah County Historic Preservation Commission
What the clients needed:
The Latah County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) and their subordinate Latah County Historic Preservation Commission (LCHPC) needed a qualified historic preservation professional to help manage the Certified Local Funding (CLG) from the National Park Service (NPS).
The Latah County Board of County Commissioners hired me to manage the multiple grant applications for the Certified Local Government of Latah County, Idaho. It is my responsibility to insure that the grant funds are appropriated properly and used for nominations to the National Register of Historic Places. I regularly oversee three or four national register nominations simultaneously. My job is to advise and guide both the Historic Preservation Commission and the Board of County Commissioners regarding federal and county funding for historic preservation projects.
The customer's feedback:
Sharon really was pleased with how much you have done!...You guys have been accomplishing a lot!"
Date completed: Ongoing
- If you need help with a project like this feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 800 304-4820
For the official website of Latah County Historic Preservation Commission see https://www.latah.id.us/hpc/
The blog site of the Latah County Historic Preservation Commission see http://historicsitesfromlatahcounty.blogspot.com/
Sample: The completed national register nomination of the Abram A. Adams home pictured above-