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Heritage Conservation Council (HCC) Meeting on Thu, October 5, 2017 - 7:00 PM

Meeting Agenda: 

 

Draft Agenda
Welcome

CLG Business
1. State Nomination for the Palmyra Post Office/Blood’s Grocery Store – Request for Letter of Support from Baker University
2.Douglas County CLG Evaluation by State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO)
3. HCC Committee Assignments 2017-2018

Survey Business
1. Planning Final Public Meeting for the Lecompton Intensive Survey
2. Willow Springs Reconnaissance Survey - Final Report Review
3. Reconnaissance Survey Plan and the 2018 HCC Budget

Natural & Cultural Grant Program Business

  1. Lecompton Interim Report Review
  2. KU Center for Research – Grant Project Meeting – Ad hoc HCC Committee
  3. 2018 Natural & Cultural Heritage Grant Program Update

 Communications & Outreach 

  1. Kaw Valley Farm Tour – Heritage Sites in the Vinland Area – October 7-8, 2017
  2. HCC sponsored National Register Workshop – November 6, 2017
  3. Spring 2018 HCC sponsored Cemetery Conservation Workshop – LPA presentation

Other Business
Adjourn

Meeting Location: 
Douglas County Fairgrounds - Flory Meeting Hall
Street Address: 
2120 Harper Street, Lawrence, KS
Meeting Minutes: 

Douglas County Heritage Conservation Council

September 7, 2017 6-8 pm Meeting Minutes
Lawrence Visitors Center – Lawrence, Kansas

Joint Training Session with the Lawrence Historic Resources Commission

Present: Katrina Ringler, CLG Coordinator, Kansas SHPO, Lynne Zollner, Lawrence City Planning Preservation Planner, Jan Shupert-Arick, Douglas County Heritage Conservation Council Program Coordinator. HCC Members: Shelley Hickman Clark, Cathy Dwigans, Doug McKean, Lindsay Crick, Kim Mahanna-Bellemere, and Michael Arp. Several members of the Lawrence Historic Resources Commission were also present as well as John More, local historian.

 

Welcome – Lynne Zollner

 

Training Presenter: Katrina Ringler, SHPO provided information on the following topics:
 

  • Overview of the CLG program – history, national requirements vs state requirements, what can CLGs do above and beyond the requirements (i.e. what local ordinance allows). Katrina shared a detailed PPT on CLG program requirements.
     
  • What do we do after survey? – Other project ideas and how to use HPF grant funding for them. The group was led in a discussion on possible eligible projects that could receive HPF funding in the next grant cycle.
     
  • How can city & county CLGs work together? – A discussion was held on possible projects.

 

The meeting adjourned at 8:30 p.m.

 

Respectfully submitted,

 

Jan Shupert-Arick, Program Coordinator

Douglas County Heritage Conservation Council