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B. Make No1ifications
After construction activity has slopped the contractor s construction supervisorwill
notify theproject's Environmental Monitor, who will immediately notify the project's
Cultural Resource Manager("CRM").
The CRM will determinewhether the fe-ature(swas recorded during a previous
archaeological survey. This "Willbe accomplished by reviev ing project maps and other
applicable data. If the discovery is determined by the CRM to be within the previously
identified site area where archeological excavation has taken place and resultedin the
area being previously cleared for con tru tionby the StateHi toric Preservation Officer
("SHPO"), the CRMwill notify the project s Environmental Monitor who, in turn. will
notif the contractor s construction supervisor tbat construction activates may resume.
Ifthe feature(s) is discoveredin an areain which sites were notpreviously
vill review the location and type of discovered material with the appropriate on-
site personnel, and also will also inform and offer the SHPO representative the
opportunity to review the discovery ..Ifthe CRM determines that additional on-site
archeological investigations are required the CRM will so inform the project's
Environmental Monitor " ho,in turn, will inform the construction contractor that
construction activities must remain stopped in the immediate vicinity oftbe discovery
andin any areas in which further investigationis warranted, St. Lawrence Windpower's
Environmental Managerwill arrange for an archaecl gical excavation crew to be on site
tpcarry out an additional investigation. These activities will take place as soon as
Construction activities in the area of the discovery, the boundaries of which willbe
defined based on a r view of the resources identified, will not resume until the site bas
been surveyed and the results re iewed with SHPO. The site will be flagged off-limits to
work, and will be seemed to protectthe potential significant resource.
The following activitieswill take place as quickly as possible in order for construction to
'continue in a timely manner:
1. The CRM, 'with support from the archaeological team, will conduct a physical review
andwill test the site area8$ necessary.
2. The CRM will determine, based on the features found, their research potential and
whether the site is significant or not. If SHPO concurs that the site is not potentially
significant the project's Environmental Monitor will be notified that construction may
resume and. a copy of the findingswill be provided to SHPO.
3. If the CRM recommends thatthe site is Historic Property and SH.PO concurs, then data
recoverywill commence. Every effort will be made to avoid significant Historic