Historic Preservation Commission
OverviewThe Historic Preservation Commission serves in an advisory capacity to the Mayor and City Council, the Planning Commission and the Zoning Administrator. The Board protects and enhances the City's architectural cultural, and social history, safeguarding that heritage and promotes the use of historic districts or landmarks as educational and cultural resources for the City.
Established by Municipal Code Section 402.050.
The Commission is comprised of nine members appointed by the Mayor with consent and approval of the City Council. All members should demonstrate an interest and knowledge of history, architecture or preservation. In addition, every effort is made to appoint members with the following additional qualifications:
a. An architect who has professional experience in restoration or historic preservation.
b. A member of the Blue Springs Historical Society.
c. A property owner in an existing or proposed Historic District or Conservation District.
d. A merchant in an existing or proposed Historic District or Conservation District.
The remaining two members are representatives of the Planning Commission and City Council. Members serve a three-year term, with the Planning Commission and City Councilmembers appointed annually.
|Frances Hose, Chairman||2019||2020|
|Pam Albarelli, Vice Chairman||2019||2020|
|Ken Billups, Jr., Planning Comm. Rep.||2019||2020|
|Riley Burrus Sr.||2017||2020|
|Chris Lievsay, Councilmember||2019||2020|