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Historic Preservation Board

The 13-member Historic Preservation Board meets monthly, usually every third Wednesday at 2 p.m., and is tasked with designating archaeological and historic sites, reviewing permits for the alteration or renovations of historic structures, and weighing in on important historic preservation issues around the county through resolutions.

The Board is quasi-judicial and appointed by the Board of County Commissioners. It is made up of a professionally diverse group of people including engineers, architects, historians, biologists and attorneys.

The Preservation Board also hosts an annual historic preservation awards ceremony, where they recognize individuals and organizations for excellence in preservation, education, or advocacy.

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