The Carbondale Historic Preservation Commission
The Carbondale Historic Preservation Commission will adopt criteria for review of historic resources and for review of proposals to alter, demolish or move designated resources.
Review resources nominated for designation as either an historic landmark and recommend that the Board of Trustees designate by ordinance those resources qualifying for such designation.
Review and make decisions on any application for alterations to a designated historic landmark.
Review and make decisions on any application for moving or demolishing a historic landmark.
Provide a courtesy review of new structures, alterations or relocations in the historic downtown area.
Review alteration, demolition or relocation requests for buildings that are at least fifty years old.
Advise and assist owners of historic properties on physical and financial aspects of preservation, renovation, rehabilitation, and reuse, including nomination to the National Register of Historic Places.
Develop and assist in public education programs including, but not limited to, walking tours, brochures, a marker program for historic properties, lectures and conferences.
Conduct surveys of historic areas for the purpose of defining those of historic significance, and prioritizing the importance of identified historic areas.
Advise the Board of Trustees on matters related to preserving the historic character of the Town.
Actively pursue financial assistance for preservation-related programs.
Determine whether an economic hardship exists in order to allow an exemption from the certificate requirements.
Actively encourage Carbondale landowners to preserve and protect sites, structures and building elements that have potential historic value.
Ashley Hall, Member
Carol Klein, Member
James Schumacher, Member
Matt Annabel, Member
Nick Miscione, Chairperson and Planning & Zoning Representative
John Leybourne, Town Staff Liaison
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