Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission

Author: Elizabeth Stuart

The next meeting of the Survey Committee of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission will be held virtually on Wednesday, January 26 at 6:00 p.m.

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The Survey Committee meeting scheduled for Wednesday, January 26, 2022, 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.

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Draft Agenda

1.  Chair’s Report: Brian Clarke

2.  Review of Proposed Alterations for Parkwood Avenue ARP Church, 1017 Parkwood Avenue, Charlotte

Proposed Plans

Parkwood Ave ARP Church

3.  Consideration of Designation Report on the E.L. Baxter Davidson Historic Markers and Monuments

Cowan’s Ford – Davidson College Monument
Huntersville

i.  Cowan’s Ford – Davidson College Monument

ii.  General William Lee Davidson Memorial

iii.  Battle of McIntyre’s Farm Monument

iv.  Rural Hill Directional Marker

4.  Report on Condition of Headstones at Steele Creek Cemetery, 7311 Steele Creek Road, Charlotte

Steele Creek Cemetery

5.  Consideration of Placement on the Study List of Prospective Historic Landmarks

a.  Renfrow Commercial Properties

Renfrow Commercial Properties

b.  White Company Truck Manufacturing Facility

White Company Truck Manufacturing Facility

6.  Review of Rosenwald Schools 

7.  Staff Report: Jack Thomson and Stewart Gray

8.  Old Business

9.  New Business


January 5, 2022

Check out this month’s issue of Lake Norman Currents Magazine – the ca. 1923 Stough-Cornelius/Potts Barber Shop Building is featured! The Historic Landmarks Commission’s very own Stewart Gray describes the importance of the building and how local landmark designation can help protect the property.

Find the issue here: Lake Norman Currents Magazine – January 2022

Potts Barber Shop


The next meeting of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission will be held virtually on Monday, January 10 at 6:00 p.m. in order to maintain social distancing as directed by public health officials.

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The January 10 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 December HLC Minutes

2.  Chair’s Report: William Hughes

3.  Adopt Changes to the Rules of Procedure

Proposed Additions to the Rules of Procedure

i.  Unless explicitly stated otherwise, the interior of a building is included in the designation for all properties designated before July 1, 1978.

ii.  If Staff determines that a COA application does not conflict with the STANDARDS, the COA application can be placed on a consent agenda for approval. HLC Commissioners and members of the public with standing in terms of the application may request that the application be pulled from the consent agenda and reviewed and decided with the regular quasi-judicial process.

iii.  Any project approved for a Certificate of Appropriateness by another historic preservation commission in Mecklenburg County for a local historic district shall be placed on the consent agenda.

iv.  Any project approved for state or federal historic tax credits by the State Historic Preservation Office shall be placed on the consent agenda.

4.  Consent Agenda

a. New sidewalk and curb and gutter on a portion of Oak Lawn, 9499 and 9464 Stratton Farm Road, Huntersville

Proposed Plans

Staff Report

9464 Stratton Farm Rd

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

6.  Financial Report: Jack Thomson

7.  Quasi-Judicial Hearings for the Following Properties

a. Proposed uplighting and site improvements of a water tower at the Charlotte Water Works/Vest Station, 2041 Patton Avenue, CharlotteDeferred

b. Proposed demolition of the Leeper and Wyatt Store, 1923 South Boulevard, Charlotte

Staff Report

Owner Letter

Additional Photographs and Floor Plan

Leeper and Wyatt Store

8.  Survey Committee Report: Brian Clarke

The Survey Committee will meet on Wednesday, January 26.

9.  Projects Committee Report: Jeff Parsons

The Projects Committee will meet on Wednesday, January 19. 

10.  Staff Report: Jack Thomson and Stewart Gray

11.  Old Business 

12.  New Business