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2008-2009 Regulatory Agendas

94-089
Maine Historic Preservation Commission

AGENCY UMBRELLA-UNIT NUMBER: 94-089
AGENCY NAME: Maine Historic Preservation Commission

CONTACT PERSON: Kirk F. Mohney, Assistant Director, 65 State House Station, Augusta, ME 04333-0065, Tel: (207) 287-3811

EMERGENCY RULES ADOPTED SINCE THE LAST REGULATORY AGENDA: None

EXPECTED 2008-2009 RULE-MAKING ACTIVITY:

CHAPTER 813: State Rehabilitation Tax Credit Rules
STATUTORY AUTHORITY: 27 M.R.S.A. 511 (Support for state rehabilitation tax credits)
PURPOSE: The Maine Historic Preservation Commission expects that these Rules will deal with the development and administration of a program in support of state rehabilitation tax credits for income-producing historic structures pursuant to Title 36, section 5219-BB.
ANTICIPATED SCHEDULE: Promulgation of new Rules anticipated by October, 2008.
AFFECTED PARTIES: Taxpayers who undertake certified rehabilitations of certified historic structures located in the State.
CONSENSUS-BASED RULE DEVELOPMENT: The Commission does not plan to use a Consensus-Based Rule Development process because the state rehabilitation tax credit program will be based in large part on the existing program of federal rehabilitation tax credits.

CHAPTER 811: Historic Buildings Restoration Grants
STATUTORY AUTHORITY: 5 M.R.S.A 1931, 27-A M.R.S.A. 504, 505, P. and Sp. L. 1985, c. 73.
PURPOSE: The Maine Historic Preservation Commission expects to revise and update the existing Rules that went into effect in 1986.
ANTICIPATED SCHEDULE: Promulgation of revised and updated rules in the spring of 2009.
AFFECTED PARTIES: Governmental and non-profit owners of properties listed in the National Register of Historic Places in Maine.
CONSENSUS-BASED RULE DEVELOPMENT: The Commission does not plan to use a Consensus-Based Rule Development process for this review and update.

CHAPTER 810: Maine Historic Restoration Standards
STATUTORY AUTHORITY: 27 M.R.S.A. 504
PURPOSE: The Maine Historic Preservation Commission expects to review and amend as necessary or eliminate the existing standards that went into effect in 1986.
ANTICIPATED SCHEDULE: Promulgation of amended standards or elimination of same in the spring of 2009.
AFFECTED PARTIES: Owners of historic buildings and structures, and local historical commissions involved in the preservation, restoration, reconstruction, and rehabilitation of historic properties.
CONSENSUS-BASED RULE DEVELOPMENT: The Commission does not plan to use a Consensus-Based Rule Development process.