SHPOS

AcronymDefinition
SHPOSSub-Human Piece Of Stuff (polite form; used in NYC area hospitals; refers to less-than-desirable patients)
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There were 153 SHPOs and SOPOs imposed in Cheshire in 2017/18, and one notification order.
Another feature of the NHPA was to fund the SHPOs, which eventually evolved to use this state network as a platform to better incorporate preservation planning and resource management nationwide.
In 2007, Thomas--who died in September 2014--lived next door to Sunday Rock, and her family and her husband's family had lived in the community for generations, when she initiated contact with the New York State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) office to find out how to nominate the boulder to the National Register.
This is especially concerning given that this report has been the cornerstone upon which the SRO and SHPOs have been introduced and lessened the protections afforded to individuals and effectively bypasses the protections of criminal evidence burdens.
A few DOTs and SHPOs have begun to address the challenge of surveying and evaluating the ever-increasing number of postwar residences by developing statewide historic contexts--historical narratives describing postwar development and associated resources--and tailoring National Register eligibility requirements.
buildings have value; moreover, the SHPOs have the experience and
In partnership with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and State Historic Preservation Offices (SHPOs), the NPS administers the program; currently, eligible owners can take advantage of tax credits for preservation projects.
[section] 470a(b)(3) (requiring SHPOs to consult with federal agencies on federal undertakings that may affect historic properties).
More restrictive orders can also be imposed on sex offenders, such as Sexual Harm Prevention Orders (SHPOs) and previously Sexual Offences Prevention Orders (SOPOs), with 220 offenders subject to these in 2016/17.
State Historic Preservation Offices (SHPOs) were also useful resources for gathering building and landscape information for heritage plans.
ACHP members include the Architect of the Capitol; Secretaries of Interior, Agriculture, Defense and Transportation; Administrators of the EPA and GSA; Chairman of the National Trust for Historic Preservation; President of the National Conference of SHPOs; a governor, a mayor, a Native Hawaiian, and eight additional non-federal individuals.