Purpose The Historic Landmark Commission was originally established in July 2003 and was reestablished March 2009 to protect, enhance, and perpetuate the city's history, culture, and architecture by promoting the value and importance in establishing historic landmarks and districts; to help educate the public on the benefits of historic preservation, insure harmonious, orderly, and managed growth and development within the city. The board consists of seven members with an interest, competence, or knowledge in historic preservation within the city of Castroville.
On September 19th, 2011 the Historic Landmark Commission was assigned by ordinance the responsibilities of the Design Review Board. The HLC was authorized to rule on matters previously subject to the Design Review Board including but not limited to historic properties, historic buildings, properties within commercial districts, and sign applications.
Residency Requirements & Term Length The Historic Landmark Commission is open to residents within the city limits. Terms are for two years ending June 30th of each year.
Meetings The Historic Landmark Commission meets the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted on the calendar.
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