Responsible for the development and administration of a comprehensive historic preservation program. The board shall identify and maintain the city’s historic resources for the benefit of present and future residents.
|Board Members||Appointed By||End of Term|
|N. Lee Rambeau||Commissioner Sullivan||2023|
|Anne Sallee||Commissioner DeCiccio||2023|
|Wade Miller||Commissioner Cooper||2022|
|Aimee Spencer||Commissioner Weaver||2022|
|Drew Henner||Mayor Leary||2021|
|Robert Schwetje||Mayor Leary||2021|
|John Skolfield||Mayor Leary||2021|
Term: 3 years, coinciding with the Mayor or City Commissioner responsible for making an appointment(s). Generally, initial appointments are made at the second regular Commission meeting after the commission member is sworn in for a new term of office.
Term limit: 2 consecutive term
- Members must be residents of the city and shall have demonstrated civic pride, interest in historic preservation and the knowledge, experience and mature judgment to act in the public interest to make informed and equitable decisions concerning the conservation of historic resources.
- Board members must consist of a licensed architect, a member versed in local history, and one member who owns or lives in a designated resource or district.
- Requires filing annual Financial Disclosure Form.