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The Greenville Historic Preservation Commission is accepting nominations
The Historic Preservation Commission has three remaining seats available for the board. To be considered for appointment, candidates must either reside or be employed in Floyd County. Interested candidates are asked to contact Town Councilman Andy Lemon (Chair of Special Projects) at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss nomination to the Commission. Once a nomination is received for a qualified candidate, the Town Council shall vote requiring a majority to ratify the nomination. Members of the Commission serve in a volunteer capacity.
The primary function of the Historic Preservation Commission is to identify buildings, structures, sites, and objects which are architecturally or historically significant. Historic preservation helps preserve the community’s unique identity, culture, and character by protecting significant historic resources from the town’s past. The Historic Preservation Commission was created under ordinance No. 2016-TR-28.
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