The Historic Landmarks Commission will meet on Monday, July 10 at 6pm. This will be a hybrid meeting and visitors should plan to access the meeting remotely. If you need special accommodations, please contact the HLC office at 980-314-7660.
For those interested in speaking at the meeting, please register by 4pm on July 10 by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Note: Registration in advance is required to make public comments.
1. Adoption of the Consent Agenda
a. Approval of June HLC Minutes
2. Chair’s Report: Brian Clarke
3. Public Comment Period
Registration in advance is required to make public comments. Public comments can be up to 3 minutes per person and there will be no response from Commissioners.
4. Quasi-Judicial Hearings
5. Survey Committee Report: Brian Clarke
a. Wyche-Dobson-McCoy House, 801 E. 8th Street, Charlotte
The Survey Committee presents a unanimous seconded motion recommending that the Historic Landmarks Commission process the Wyche-Dobson-McCoy House, 801 E. 8th Street, Charlotte, N.C., for historic landmark designation including the exterior of the house and associated tax parcel.
b. Funderburk House, 201 W. Charles Street, Matthews
The Survey Committee presents a unanimous seconded motion recommending that the Historic Landmarks Commission work with the Town of Matthews to amend the registered ordinance for the Funderburk House, 201 W. Charles Street, Matthews, N.C., to include the interior of the house.
c. Tour of the Savona Mill, 528 South Turner Avenue, Charlotte
The next meeting of the Survey Committee will be held at the Savona Mill on July 26 at 6pm with a tour held prior at 5pm.
d. Update on Abernethy House, 7040 Pleasant Grove Road, Charlotte
6. Financial Report: Stewart Gray
7. Election of Officers
8. HLC Staff Report
a. Certified Local Government Training in Waxhaw on Thursday, August 10
b. Holly Bend Tours at 12pm and 1pm on Saturday, July 15
9. Old Business
10. New Business