Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission

Author: Elizabeth Stuart

Draft Agenda

1.  Consideration of Minutes

a.  Consideration of Closed Session Minutes

2.  Chair’s Report: Jeff Parsons Reporting as Vice Chair

3.  Director’s Report: Dan Morrill

4.  Senior Preservation Planner’s Report: Stewart Gray

a.  Public Hearing for Historic Landmark Designation for the Derita Gymnasium, 6115 Rumple Road, Charlotte, N.C.

b.  Public Hearing for Historic Landmark Designation for the Former Louise Cotton Mill House, 1104 Pamlico Street, Charlotte, N.C.

5.  Design Review Committee Report: Garrett Nelson

6.  Survey Committee Report: Jeff Parsons

7.  Projects Committee Report: Len Norman

8.  Treasurer’s Report: Nathan Clark

9.  Nominating Committee Report/Election of Officers: Laura Hoover

10.  Old Business

11.  New Business


May 15, 2019

The Historic Landmarks Commission is pleased to announce that Garrett Nelson, member of the Historic Landmarks Commission and Chairman of the Design Review Committee, was recently featured in the Charlotte Agenda.

The full article is below:

Architectural gems: 7 noteworthy homes in Myers Park according to architect and professor Garrett Nelson” 


May 22, 2019 – 6:00 p.m.

1.  Chair’s Report: Jeff Parsons

a.  Discussion of SHPO Response to the Former Louise Cotton Mill House, 1104 Pamlico Street, Charlotte, N.C.

SHPO Response Letter and SHPO Comments

2.  Director’s Report: Dan Morrill

3.  Senior Preservation Planner’s Report: Stewart Gray

a.  Update on Huntersville Survey

b.  Update on Forthcoming Designations

4.  Charlotte Modernist Survey

Consultant Susan Mayer has surveyed over 1000 properties in Charlotte and will be presenting her findings to the Committee. 

Charlotte Modernist Survey

5.  Update on the Stafford Slave Cabin, 12215 Plaza Road Extension, Charlotte, N.C.

Stafford Slave Cabin

Stafford Slave Cabin

Stafford Slave Cabin

Stafford Slave Cabin

6.  Old Business

7.  New Business



April 29, 2019

Dan Morrill, HLC Consulting Director, recently sat down with Murray Whisnant, architect for the Cohen-Fumero House, located at 1154 Cedarwood Lane, Charlotte, N.C. In the video below, Mr. Whisnant discusses his background as an architect and details the significance of the Cohen-Fumero House.