Arlington National Cemetery:
Confederate Memorial Removal Public Comments

Section 106 Comment Form

Providing your personal information is voluntary. Any personal information provided will be used only to identify your desire to make a statement during the public comment periods or to fulfill requests for inclusion during the Section 106 process. Please be advised that your name may be published in association with your comment.  Personal home addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses will not be published.

The Army National Military Cemeteries is currently seeking substantive comments related to the assessment of effects in the Section 106 process and suggested mitigation measures to resolve those effects. Adverse effects occur when a project directly or indirectly impacts a historic property, diminishing its integrity. Under the National Historic Preservation Act, the Army must find ways to avoid, minimize, or mitigate those adverse effects. Mitigation measures are ways to avoid or reduce those potentially harmful adverse effects to a historic

“To help you formulate substantive comments related to the assessment of effects and mitigation measures, please visit the ANMC Confederate Memorial Removal website for more information about the project and the Section 106 process.