The Historic Landmark Preservation Board is responsible for the historic landmark preservation plan and makes recommendations on establishing historic landmark preservation districts in the city limits.
Members of this board must have knowledge and experience in history, art, architecture, or real estate planning and development and have a demonstrated interest, competence, or knowledge in historic preservation.
Open to the public
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings; minutes are available following approval.
The board consists of 7 members who serve two-year terms. There is no limit to the number of consecutive terms a member can serve.
Tony Crosby (3rd term) Expires December 2021
Rita Louise (2nd term) Expires December 2021
Ralph Newman (3rd term) Expires December 2021
Mary Lynn Vassar (6th term) Expires December 2021
Annye Fisher (4th term) Expires December 2022
Travis Keeney (3rd term) Expires December 2022
Faye Whitaker (5th term) Expires December 2022
Staff Liaison: Fabio Angell, Director of Community and Economic Development
There may have been a time when preservation was about saving an old building here or there, but those days are gone. Preservation is in the business of saving communities and the values they embody.
--Richard Moe, National Trust for Historic Preservation