Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission

HLC Agenda – June 13, 2022

The June 13 meeting of the Historic Landmarks Commission will be a virtual meeting. Please note there will be no accommodation for any in-person attendance. If you need special accommodations, please contact the HLC office at 980-314-7660.

1.  Consideration of April HLC Minutes

2.  Chair’s Report: William Hughes

3.  Public Comment Period (Up to 3 Minutes Per Person)

4.  Consent Agenda

a.  Sloan-Porter House, 10124 Walkers Ferry Road, Charlotte

Property Street View

Staff Report

Exhibit E – Project Plan

Sloan-Porter House

5.  Financial Report: Jack Thomson

6.  Closed Session to Discuss a Legal Matter

7.  Quasi-Judicial Hearings

a. Nebel Knitting Mill Annex, 127 W. Worthington Avenue, Charlotte

Staff Report

Nebel Knitting Mill Annex

b.  Mount Carmel Baptist Church, 412 Campus Street, Charlotte

Staff Report

Mount Carmel Baptist Church

8.  Design Review: Stewart Gray

a.  Ashford House, 241 Hoskins Avenue Drive, Charlotte

Proposed Plans

Ashford House

9.  Survey Committee Report: Stewart Gray

a.  The Survey Committee will meet on June 22 at 6 pm.

10.  Projects Committee Report: Jeff Parsons 

Projects Committee Minutes  

a.  Wallace House Listing Update, 9425 Robinson Church Road, Charlotte

b.  Mount Carmel Stabilization Project Proposal

11.  HLC Adventure Club Outings Recap

The Adventure Club enjoyed visits to the Robinson Rock House Ruin on April 23 and Wing Haven on June 4. 

Robinson Rock House Ruin

Wing Haven

12.  HLC Staff Report

a.  Freeman House, 201 S. Ames Street, Matthews

Freeman House

b.  Marion Stedman Covington Foundation has awarded $10K to the Reeves Temple AME Zion Church in support of the renovation of the Unity Church Cabin/Lingle Hut, located at 219 Watson Street, Davidson. 

Lingle Hut

c.  Designation Flow Chart

d.  HLC 50th Anniversary Committee

e.  HLC Social Media Update

The HLC’s Facebook page received a shoutout from the County’s Public Information Department: “The post with the most impressions in April across all County accounts was the Historic Landmarks Commission post about a local home slated for demolition. This is a great example of how you can weave current stories into your content to connect with your audiences.”

f.  Presentation of Plaques

13.  Old Business

14.  New Business