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Historic Preservation and Environmental Law Lawyer

Brandt-Hawley Law Group

Direct Phone: (707) ***-****       

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Brandt-Hawley Law Group

Background Information

Employment History

Principal

PAST Consultants LLC

Litigator and Transactional Attorney

Bingham McCutchen LLP

Litigator and Transactional Attorney

Land Use Group

Program Associate

California Preservation Foundation

Affiliations

Board of Trustees Member
California Preservation Foundation

Education

B.A. , Phi Beta Kappa

Urban Studies

Vassar College

J.D. cum laude

Public Law

Cornell University

M.A.

Historic Preservation Planning

Cornell University

law degree

Cornell University

Web References (15 Total References)


Save Tightwad Hill

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Paige J. Swartley, SBN 215340 P.O. Box 1659 Glen Ellen, CA 95442 707.938.3908, fax 707.576.0175


Preservation Lawyers - Brandt-Hawley Law Group

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Paige Swartley, alumnus

Paige J. Swartley is an attorney, planner, and architectural historian with more than fifteen years of historic preservation experience in the nonprofit, private, and government sectors.
Swartley worked with the Brandt-Hawley Law Group for four years, leaving the law practice in December 2007. She remains a colleague as she continues her superlative work in historic preservation as a principal with PAST Consultants, LLC (www.pastconsultants.com, 415.515.6227). PAST offers diverse historic preservation and cultural management services, including historic preservation planning, architectural conservation, architectural history, and photography.
Swartley is a former two-term president of the California Preservation Foundation, the only statewide nonprofit organization in California dedicated to the preservation of the state's diverse cultural and architectural heritage.
As part of PAST, Paige Swartley now uses her historic preservation legal experience to draft historic resource ordinances, elements, Mills Act programs, and other planning documents. Since she meets the Secretary of the Interior's Professional Qualifications Standards in Architectural History, she conducts qualified historic resource surveys and documentation projects.
Swartley earned both her M.A. in historic preservation planning and her law degree, cum laude, with a Public Law Concentration, from Cornell University. She earned her B.A. in urban studies from Vassar College, Phi Beta Kappa.
Paige Swartley at Wawona, Yosemite


California Preservation Foundation

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President: Paige Swartley California Preservation Foundation

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President: Paige Swartley
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Paige Swartley, Esq., Petaluma President -
Paige is a Principal with PAST Consultants, LLC in Petaluma, where she specializes in drafting historic preservation ordinances and elements, Mills Act programs, and other planning documents, as well as conducting historic resource documentation projects. She previously worked as an attorney with the Brandt-Hawley Law Group, litigating cases involving the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and historic resources. Before that, she was a litigator and transactional attorney with Bingham McCutchen's Environmental and Land Use Group, in San Francisco. She held internships with a New York State Assemblyman and a judge, and with the U.S. Department of the Interior Solicitor's Office at the Presidio, San Francisco. Paige served as the California Preservation Foundation's program associate from 1995-1998. She has taught CEQA and preservation classes to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, at universities, and at many conferences and workshops. She has published numerous articles about historic preservation and legal issues. Paige holds a B.A. in Urban Studies from Vassar College, Phi Beta Kappa, an M.A. in Historic Preservation Planning from Cornell University, and her J.D. cum laude from Cornell University, with a concentration in Public Law.


The Willits News - NEWS - Local

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According to Paige J. Swartley of the Brandt-Hawley Law Group, requested to review the citys procedures by project opponent Ralph Pisciotta, Falleri should have recommended a mitigated negative declaration, that is, a statement that there would be no harmful impacts if mitigation is in place.

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Swartley told The Willits News there is no legal reason why a city cant consider a rezone on its ownwhen no project has been proposed.But even a stand-alone rezone, she said, may include identifiable environmental impact and related mitigation.


Mendocino Heritage Days Lecturers & Presenters

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  • Lecturers & Presenters | Heritage Days Presenters |   • Lecturers & Presenters | Presenters Page | Katy Tahja | Martin Simpson | Paige Swartley | Bruce Levene | Bill Brazill | Sylvia & Russ Bartley | Jenny Heckeroth | William Cull | Thad Van Bueren | Bill Hole | Paul Selchau

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Paige SwartleyAn attorney, historian and planner, Paige Swartley has over 10 years of historic preservation experience in the nonprofit, private, and government sectors.She currently practices historic preservation and environmental law with the Brandt-Hawley Law Group in Sonoma County.Paige has a long association with the California Preservation Foundation (CPF), the only statewide nonprofit historic preservation education, advocacy and membership organization in California.She served as the program associate in the 1990s and now serves on the Board of Trustees and chairs CPF's preservation easement committee.She has spoken at numerous conferences and universities, and has published articles on topics ranging from military base reuse to American Indian cultural resource protection.She earned her law degree and her master's degree in historic preservation planning from Cornell University, and her bachelor's degree in urban studies from Vassar College.

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