In addition to the Wishtoyo Foundation's criticism of the EIR, the California Native American Heritage Commission also submitted a letter to the Planning Commission arguing the Tataviam had been overlooked.
What does CNAHC stand for?
CNAHC stands for California Native American Heritage Commission (Sacramento, CA)
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SAN DIEGO -- The California Native American Heritage Commission (NAHC) voted unanimously to declare the site of a water district project in San Diego County a Native American ceremonial site and sanctified cemetery, and recommended steps, including relocating the project to an alternative off-site location and legal action, to protect it from further desecration.
When the remains were found, Strauss said, officials notified the Los Angeles County Coroner's Office and brought in a representative of the California Native American Heritage Commission to confirm that the site was not an American Indian burial ground.