Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission

HLC Agenda – October 9, 2023

The Historic Landmarks Commission will meet on Monday, October 9 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 October 9 by emailing historiclandmarkscommission@mecknc.govNote: Registration in advance is required to make public comments. 

1.  Adoption of the Consent Agenda

a.  Approval of September HLC Minutes

b.  Certificate of Appropriateness Application for the Quartermaster Depot, 200 Camp Road, Charlotte

Staff Report

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

a. Atherton Mill House, 2005 Cleveland Avenue, Charlotte

Staff Report

b.  Midwood Elementary School, 1817 Central Avenue, Charlotte

Staff Report

5.  Survey Committee Report: Lesley Carroll

a.  Parkwood Avenue Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church, 1017 Parkwood Avenue, Charlotte

Designation Report

The Survey Committee presents a unanimous seconded motion recommending that the Historic Landmarks Commission process the Parkwood Avenue Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church, 1017 Parkwood Avenue, Charlotte, N.C., for historic landmark designation including the exterior of the church and the property associated with tax parcel 08309309. 

Parkwood Avenue Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church

The following item is for informational purposes only and does not need further action:

b.  The Survey Committee added the following properties to the Study List of Prospective Historic Landmarks:  

i.  Caldwell Bradford Schoolhouse, 16401 Davidson-Concord Road, Davidson

Historic Landmarks staff is working with the property owner to share the cost of a designation report and has contacted a consultant to produce the report. 

Caldwell Bradford Schoolhouse

ii.  Cathey Lumber Company, 501 Penman Street, Charlotte

Cathey Lumber Company

  iii.  Holbrook House, 101 N. Maxwell Avenue, Huntersville

Holbrook House

6.  Torrence-Lytle School Community Meeting Update: Dontressa Ashford  

Pottstown Community Discussion

Remarks from Bee Jay Caldwell

7.  Financial Report: Stewart Gray

8.  Historic Landmarks Staff Report

a.  Leeper-Wyatt Grocery Store Update  

b.  Abernethy House Update  

c.  HLC 50th Anniversary Celebration: November 2   

d.  HLC Holiday Party: December 7

9.  Old Business

10.  New Business