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Preserve Category I archeological resources by leaving them
untouched, in the ground.  Disturbance of such resources should
not be allowed except in two situations: (1) as part of
archeological research conducted under an ARPA or Antiquities Act
permit, or (2) as mitigation measures under an MOA, e.g., data
recovery, when unavoidable adverse effects arise from a Navy
undertaking.
CATEGORY II.
a.  Basis for Inclusion:  Category II resources meet the
National Register criteria but are classified by qualified
professionals as being of lesser historical, architectural,
archeological, engineering, or cultural significance than
resources included in Category I.  They may not be able to match
Category I properties in terms of integrity.
b.  Treatment:  The same preservation guidance applies, but
there is somewhat more flexibility in application.  Care must be
taken to preserve those elements of historic buildings and
structures which professional evaluation has designated as
significant.  Less stringent fidelity to detail may be tolerated
than for Category I resources.  Any changes introduced should be
designed so that they can be reversed in the future, without
permanent damage to the integrity of the resource.
A similarly serious, but flexible, approach applies to
preservation of significant features of Category II sites,
structures, districts, and objects.  Monitor regularly for
effects of natural deterioration, neglect, wear and tear, or
abuse.  Follow the procedures for Section 106 consultation to
avoid adverse effects and develop appropriate mitigation
measures.
Repair is preferable to replacement of original materials
when maintenance is needed.  If repair is not possible or cost-
effective, however, selected modern replacement products and
materials are available.  Maintenance and rehabilitation of
Category II resources must be planned in accordance with The
Secretary of the Interior's Standards for Rehabilitation and
Guidelines for Rehabilitation of Historic Buildings (1983), The
Secretary of the Interior's Standards for Historic Preservation
Projects with Guidelines for Applying the Standards (1985), and
the Navy Preservation Maintenance Manual.
Category II archeological resources are treated the same as
those in Category I.  They are best protected by leaving them
untouched in the ground.  Disturbance of such resources should
not be allowed except in two situations: (1) as part of
archeological research conducted under an ARPA or Antiquities Act
permit, or,(2) as mitigation measures under an MOA, e.g., data
recovery, when unavoidable adverse effects arise from a Navy
undertaking.
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