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Please Note: The City is not issuing any Special Event Permits at the moment.
Historic Preservation Board Meeting
December 9 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Meetings: Second Wednesday of each month at 6:00 PM
The Board’s function is to consider historic preservation issues and shall consist of five resident members plus two alternates appointed by the City Commission. Four members constitute a quorum. Initial appointments: one member to serve three years; two members to serve one year; two members for a term of two years; thereafter, all regular terms three years and alternate terms one year.
Ord. No. 2014-02 – Section 23.2-7 establishes that the historic resources preservation board shall consist of seven (7) members. All members of the board shall be residents of or property owners in the city. Members of the historic resources preservation board shall serve without compensation. The seven (7) members shall be appointed by the city commission. All members of the board shall be appointed for a term of three (3) years
Vacancies in the board membership by resignation, illness or other causes shall be filled by the city commission for the unexpired term of the member involved. Members of the historic resources preservation board may be removed from office by the city commission at its discretion. The board shall select its own chairman and vice-chairman annually at the first meeting in January. The city’s preservation planner shall serve as secretary and advisor to the board.
The city commission shall determine whether or not the existing members of the HRPB meet the requirements of the certified local government program and may appoint up to two (2) additional members to the HRPB, if needed. Whenever a new member is appointed to the HRPB, the city commission shall consider the professional requirements of the new member to ensure that the requirements of the certified local government program are met. When necessary, persons serving on the HRPB shall attend educational meetings to develop a special interest, expertise, experience or knowledge in history, architecture, or related disciplines.
- Ord. 2013-34 – Section 23.2, effective August 16, 2013 deletes alternate members and increases membership to seven (7) board members and amends absentee policy to three (3) consecutive regularly scheduled meetings or at twenty five percent (25%) of the public meetings of the Board held within any 12-month period, the City clerk shall declare the member’s office vacant and the City Commission shall promptly fill such vacancy.
- Ord. No. 2012-17, effective 04/27/12, changed qualifications to include disciplines of architecture, architectural history, planning, archaeology, or related fields. At least (2) members shall be experienced in the areas of real estate sales, land development, banking or law. One (1) alternate shall be from a professional discipline, and one (1) alternate member shall be a citizen at large.
- Ord. No. 2010-16, HRPB was created.
Effective July 2017, Financial Disclosure Forms are required.
Secretary: Sherrie Coale
|Member Name||Term Expiration Date||Appointed By|
|Robert D'Arinzo||31-July-2020||District 3 Vice Mayor|
|David Cavorsi||31-July-2020||District 3 Vice Mayor|
|Judith Just||31-July-2022||District 1|
|William Feldkamp - Chair||31-July-2022||District 2|