The Historic Advisory Board considers all issues involving historic preservation in the city and makes recommendations to the Council.
The voting Board is composed of seven members serving two-year terms. A minimum five-year residency is required for membership.
A five member non-voting subcommittee assists in project development and implementation. Subcommittee members have a five-year residency requirement and attend all Board meetings. Appointments are made in December.
Current voting members include: Judith Howard, Karen Esberger, John Holveck, Sam Hartson, and Christina Chambers. Non-voting members include: Billie Hutson, Mary Proffitt, Kenneth Branscome, Leigh Fields, and Melissa Pegram.
The Board meets quarterly (February, May, August & November), on the third Thursday of the month at 5:00 pm in City Hall.
The City Council's policy is to limit membership to one board/commission at a time in order to provide an opportunity for service and involvement to as many citizens as possible. Training is available to all new appointees.