The US Army Corps of Engineers, Virginia Department of Historic Resources, and Walsh Colucci Lubeley & Walsh PC gathered at WSSI’s Gainesville office for a discussion on Section 106 and the implications for development projects.

Topics included:

  • New tribal listings
  • Battlefield coordination
  • Abandoned cemetery policy
  • Adverse effect determinations
  • Section 106 overview including consulting parties involved and public involvement.

Speakers and Presentations

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  • Cultural Resource Management Overview
    By Wetland Studies and Solutions, Inc.:
    Mark Headly, Operations Manager
  • Section 106 Overview
    By Virginia Department of Historic Resources:
    Ethel Eaton, Senior Policy Analyst – Division of Review and Compliance
  • Section 106 Review
    By US Army Corps of Engineers, Norfolk District:
    Audrey Cotnoir, Environmental Scientist
  • Cemeteries on Private Property
    By Walsh Colucci Lubeley & Walsh PC:
    John Rinaldi – Shareholder



  • Christie Blevins

    Gainesville, VA

  • Boyd Sipe

    Gainesville, VA

  • John Mullen

    Gainesville, VA