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time must have passed to obtain a scholarly perspective on the events or individuals associated with the resource.  A resource less than fifty (50) years old may be considered for listing in the Local Register if it can be determined that sufficient time has passed to understand its historical importance.

(3)Reconstructed Buildings.  Reconstructed buildings are those buildings not listed in the Local Register under the criteria in Section V(b) 1, 2, or 3 above.  A reconstructed building less than fifty (50) years old may be eligible if it embodies traditional building methods and techniques that play an important role in a community’s historically rooted beliefs, customs, and practices.  An example of a reconstructed building is a Native American sweat lodge.

(e)Historical Resource Surveys.  Historical resources identified as significant in an historical resource survey may be listed in the Local Register.  In order to be listed, the survey must meet the following:  (1) one of the criteria of Section V(b), above, and (2) the survey documentation meets those standards of resource recordation established by the OHP in the “Instructions for Nominating Historical Resources to the California Register” (August 1997), Appendix B.

(1)The Historic Site Board shall review all surveys to assure the standards of resource recordation, which can be found in the “Instructions for Nominating Historical Resources to the California Register” (August 1997), Appendix B has been met.  If the survey meets the standards, the Historic Site Board shall recommend that all resources with a significance rating of 1 through 4, or any subcategories thereof, on DPR Form 523 be listed in the Local Register.  The Historic Site Board shall review all Category 5 determinations for consistency with the Local Register criteria of significance as found in Section V(b), above.  The Historic Site Board review will occur within sixty (60) days of receipt of the survey.  At the end of sixty (60) days, the Historic Site Board will either (1) forward a recommendation to the Director that the significant historical resources identified in the survey be approved for listing in the Local Register, or (2) request additional information.

The status codes, established to indicate eligibility to the National  Register of Historic Places, have the following meanings:

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