Minnesota State Archaeologist Scott Anfinson to Afton engineering consultant WSB & Associates Jamie Wallerstedt (August 17, 2015)
“The project should have no adverse effects on the mound site known as 21WA10.”—Scott Anfinson, State Archaeologist
Afton engineering consultant WSB & Associates Todd Hubmer to Minnesota State Archaeologist Scott Anfinson (August 11, 2015)
“The changes that have been made to the overall project are detailed in the below responses and are illustrated in the attached plan revisions for your reference. The attached plan includes the location of the mound designated as 21WA10 with a 20-foot buffer around the area as you suggested.”—Todd Hubmer, WSB & Associates, Inc.
“To reiterate, we agree with the recommendation for archaeological monitoring of construction in the vicinity of 21WA10, as directed by the OSA. We further recommend that a monitoring plan be prepared and submitted to the OSA and MIAC for approval prior to commencing construction, and that the plan include provisions for the authority of the monitoring archaeologists to direct and stop the construction machines, as necessary.”—Sarah J. Beimers, Minnesota State Historical Preservation Office
“Dear Mr. Moorse: Thanks for meeting with me last Wednesday at your office in Afton. Based on that meeting, the archaeological survey report submitted by Dean Sather of Mergent (dated 4117115), and the archaeological survey report submitted by Connie Arzigian of MY AC (dated 5/27115), I have the following recommendations:”—Minnesota State Archaeologist Scott Anfinson