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Feb, 2021

LANDMARKS COMMISSION 5:00 PM     Export to iCalendar
Some or all members of the Landmarks Commission, applicants, or members of the public participated in the meeting remotely by teleconference or videoconference.
Name DetailsStart DateEnd DateE-mailWeb SiteAppointed By
Anna Andrzejewski Adult City Resident
Termed-out: 4/30/2021
7/21/2015 4/30/2021   Mayor/Council Confirms
Arvina Martin Common Council Member
Termed-out: 4/20/2021
4/16/2019 4/20/2021 Mayor/Council Confirms
David W.J. McLean Registered Architect
Registered Architect (90 days added per MGO 33.01)
Termed-out: 4/30/2023
7/19/2011 4/30/2023   Mayor/Council Confirms
Elizabeth Banks Historian
Person qualified in the field of historic preservation.
Termed-out: 4/30/2022
10/1/2019 4/30/2022     Mayor/Council Confirms
Katherine N. Kaliszewski Adult City Resident
(90 days added per MGO 33.01)
Termed-out: 4/30/2023
5/2/2017 4/30/2023   Mayor/Council Confirms
Maurice D. Taylor Licensed Realtor
Termed-out: 4/30/2021
10/15/2019 4/30/2021   Mayor/Council Confirms
Richard B. Arnesen Adult City Resident
(90 days added per MGO 33.01)
Termed-out: 4/30/2022
9/20/2016 4/30/2022   Mayor/Council Confirms
Madison General Ordinance Sec. 33.19 - It is hereby declared a matter of public policy that the protection, enhancement, perpetuation and use of improvements of special character or special historical interest or value is a public necessity and is required in the interest of health, prosperity, safety and welfare of the people. The purpose of this section is to: a) effect and accomplish the protection, enhancement and perpetuation of such improvements and of districts which represent or reflect elements of the City's cultural, social, economic, political and architectural history; b) safeguard the City's historic and cultural heritage, as embodied and reflected in such landmarks and historic districts; c) stabilize and improve property values; d) foster civic pride in the beauty and noble accomplishments of the past; e) protect and enhance the City's attractions to residents, tourists and visitors, and serve as a support and stimulus to business and industry; f) strengthen the economy of the City; g) promote the use of historic districts and landmarks for the education; pleasure and welfare of the people of the City.