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Marietta City Council Appoints Members to 3 City Boards

Marietta City Council appointed members to the Historic Preservation Commission, Historic Board of Review and Planning Commission Sept. 12.

Marietta City Council appointed members to the Historic Preservation Commission, Historic Board of Review and Planning Commission Sept. 12.

Historic Preservation Commission Appointment

What Historic Preservation Commission does

  • Protects and maintains Marietta's historical significance
  • Protects and enhances Marietta's historical and aesthetic attraction for tourists and visitors, which promotes and stimulates business
  • Provides protection, enhancement, maintenance and use of places, districts, sites, buildings, structures and works of art that have special historical, architectural, cultural or aesthetic interest or value

Marietta Historic Board of Review

What Historic Board of Review does

  • Issues certificates of approval
  • Ensures that Marietta's historical and architectural buildings, sites, monuments, streetscapes, structures, downtown Square and residential neighborhoods are protected and properly investigated before being renovated, restored, preserved, rehabilitated or demolished
  • Examines outside of structures only
  • Includes basic maintenance of buildings or structures in historic district including new signage, new awnings or repainting

Planning Commission appointment

  • Appointed Jason Allen Waters to Ward 2 of Planning Commission
  • Three-year term
  • Expires Sept. 12, 2015

What Planning Commission does

  • Review and recommend comprehensive plan or amendments for development of political jurisdiction to City Council for adoption
  • Review and recommend zoning ordinance or resolution and map for its political jurisdiction to City Council for adoption
  • Review and recommend regulations for the subdivision of land within its political jurisdiction to City Council for adoption and administer regulations that may be adopted

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