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Sep, 2020

LANDMARKS COMMISSION 5:00 PM     Export to iCalendar
Some or all members of the Landmarks Commission, applicants, or members of the public may participate 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.