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The Historic Zoning Commission is composed of nine members consisting of a:
The Historic Zoning Commission shall be appointed by the chief executive of the municipality, subject to confirmation by the local legislative body.
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No. Historic zoning (H-1) regulations only concern is the exteriors of homes and buildings in the designated zone. Remodeling, renovation and all other interior changes are exempt.
A COA would not be required for repainting a house or other structure in the district. However, the Historic Zoning Commission maintains information and will advise on appropriate historic paint colors if requested, and could be of assistance in choosing colors that would contribute to the established district.
If you decide to replace the damaged boards to match the existing wood siding, no COA would be required. If the damage turned out to be substantial, requiring the replacement of a great deal of siding and trim, an administrative approval from the Historic Zoning Commission's staff planner would be required. If you decided to reside your house with new material such as vinyl siding, you would have to apply for and obtain a COA from the Historic Zoning Commission.
Activities that would not require a COA:
Activities that would require an Administrative Approval for a COA:
Activities that would require a COA from the Historical Zoning Commission: