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The Historic District Commission consist of seven members who have demonstrated special interest, experience or education in history or architecture.  The Commission is appointed by the Board of Aldermen for two year terms.

The Historic District Commission was established to promote, enhance, and preserve the character of two Historic Districts, known as the Hunter-Decatur Street District and the Academy Street District. The Historic District Commission serves as an Advisory Board to the Board of Aldermen and as a quasi-judicial Board that makes decisions about proposals for exterior changes, new construction or demolition of any property within the Historic Districts.

Homeowners of property within the Historic Districts are required by the North Carolina General Statues to apply for a Certificate of Appropriateness (COA) before exterior work commences.  The Historic Commission will hear and grant, deny or grant on condition(s) the COA based on findings of fact within the Historic District Design Guidelines. 
Name & Address                       Term                              
Leonora Sutton                        05-08-18                       
610 Westview Drive                                                     
Fletcher Dalton                        08-14-18                      

502 Wooten Street                                                        

Julie Glandt                             02-10-19                      
106 Tidball Avenue 
Margherita DeRosa                 02-11-18                      
Eugene Kelley                         12-12-17                      
407 N. Franklin Street                        









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