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Cultural Resources Survey of a 5.3-Acre Proposed Site Development at Luthe Lane in Harris County, Texas
Texas Historical Commission
This report summarizes the results of a cultural resources survey of a 2.1-hectare (5.3-acre) area proposed for development in Harris County, Texas. Because the project will involve a state created entity and will include property under the ownership of the Houston Airport System; a Texas Antiquities Permit was acquired prior to the field survey. The Permit Number issued for the project in October 2017 is 8203. The goals of the survey were to determine if the proposed project would affect any previously identified historic properties and to establish whether or not previously unidentified cultural resources were located within the Area of Potential Effects. All fieldwork and reporting activities were completed with reference to State laws and guidelines (the Antiquities Code of Texas).
No artifacts or cultural features were encountered in the field. No previously identified sites are located within or immediately adjacent to the Area of Potential Effects, and extant buildings are of modern construction. Based on the results of the survey, Gray & Pape, Inc. recommends that the no further cultural resources work be required and that the project be cleared to proceed as currently planned.
The fieldwork for the project required 16-person hours. Project records for this project are curated at the Center for Archaeological Studies at Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas.
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