admin | Dec 21, 2013 | Comments 1
The Evansville Historic Preservation Commission is proceeding with plans to amend its “Guidelines and Procedures.” The first change adds definitions to the “Guidelines.” The second revision defines Preservation Commission oversight over non-historic buildings in the district. The third amendment establishes procedures for determining when a project is not viewable from a public way and therefore not under the Commission’s oversight. The other two amendments deal with siding and removal of fences.The Preservation meeting scheduled for January 6th, 2014 will be the final opportunity for public comment on the amendments. This meeting is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. in room 318 of the Civic Center. After the public comment, the Commission will either accept or reject the proposed amendments.
The Evansville Preservation Commission encourages anyone interested in or has a concern about these proposed amendments to attend its January 6th meeting. The public can review these proposed amendments at: http://www.evansvillegov.org/historicpreservation.
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