Greensboro Historic Preservation Committee Meeting

March 2, 2014 § Leave a comment

IARc’s Preservation Law class [IARc 625] attended a Greensboro Historic Preservation Commission meeting this week.

The City of Greensboro recognizes the responsibilities of the HPC as working with the Historic District Program and advising the City Council on matters regarding historic preservation. The HPC also reviews cases which propose making exterior changes to properties located in any of the historic districts in Greensboro.

In the agenda they discussed the following cases:

a. 919 Spring Garden Street – Removal of addition and general exterior repairs

b. 1012 N. Eugene Street – Construction of addition to house

c. 812 N. Elm Street – Placement of utility pole and AT&T telecommunications cabinet at rear of parking lot

d. 701 N. Greene Street – Community garden

e. 1015 W. Market Street (Reynolds Center) – Construction of picket fence

f. 810 Olive Street – Remove aluminum siding; restore exterior siding materials and side porch; construct addition at back of house

The commission came to the following decisions for each of the cases:

A. Approved with conditions
B. Approved w/o conditions
C. Approved w/o conditions

D. Approved w/o conditions
E. Approved w/o conditions
F. Approved w/o conditions

The commission meets on the last Wednesday of each month at 4 pm in the Plaza Level Conference Room in the Melvin Municipal Office Building, 300 W. Washington St.

For more information please visit the HPC website:

Contributed by Sarah Harris [4th] year


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