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Introducing CARMA: Maine's On-line Survey Database
Cultural Architectural Resource Management Archive
CARMA is a new, on-line architectural survey database for Maine’s historic above ground resources. Developed and underwritten by the Maine Department of Transportation for the Maine Historic Preservation Commission, this on-line tool enables architectural historians and survey consultants to submit completed survey projects for federal and/or state regulatory project reviews in an on-line format for preliminary review. Future CARMA platforms will be developed for a public site that will allow both consultants and the public to search for surveyed properties and identify properties that have been evaluated for listing in the National Register of Historic Places.
Commencing November 1, 2010 all surveys submitted to the Maine Historic Preservation Commission in fulfillment of federal and/or state regulatory project review requirements must be entered into CARMA. Consultants and firms expecting to submit survey projects in the near future will either need to attend a training session in Augusta, Maine, or request a training packet (available summer 2010). Training sessions will be held in late June and mid-August, and all surveyors are encouraged to become familiar with and start using the new system as soon as is convenient. For more information, please contact Christi A. Mitchell, Survey Coordinator, at (207) 287-2132 x 2 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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