LANDMARK PRESERVATION COMMISSION, DENVER

# of Members: 9 Members
Year Terms: 3
Compensation: None
Confirmation: None  

 

authorizing and approving the expenditure and payment from the appropriation account designated “liability claims,” the sum of Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000.00), payable to Guara Ferrer and Ross Ziev, P.C., in full payment and satisfaction of all claims in Case No. 2012CV5411, in the Denver District Court.

Andrew Emke, Rep. AIA, 03/31/15
Ryan Holdorf, American Society of Landscape Architects, 03/31/15
Martin Goldstein, Commissioner, Planning Board, 03/31/2015
Lance Vigil, At Large, 03/31/15

 

Amy Zimmer, At Large, 03/31/16
Sharon Elfenbein, Rep. Colorado Historical Society, 03/31/16
Charles Jordy, Rep. Planning Board, 03/31/16
Abigail Christman, Rep. Colorado Historical Society, 03/31/17
Douglas Walter, Rep. AIA, 03/31/17

 

Function: To designate, preserve, enhance, and perpetuate structures or districts of architectural, historical, or geographical significance within the City.  

Qualifications: Members must include two recommended by the Denver's American Institute of Architecture, two recommended by the Colorado Historical Society, three recommended by the Planning Board, and two at-large members.  Members must be residents of the City and County of Denver. 
Members must include two recommended by the Denver's American Institute of Architecture, two recommended by the Colorado Historical Society, three recommended by the Planning Board, and two at-large members.  Members must be residents of the City and County of Denver. 
Contact- 720-865-2944, landmark@denvergov.org

Meets:
First and Third Tuesday of every month, 1-4 p.m., 201 West Colfax Avenue 

For more information please visit the Landmark Preservation Commission website.


Enabling Authority:
RMC 30-21 ordinance in 1967

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