The Town of Aberdeen is looking for volunteers to serve on the Historic Preservation Commission. There are currently four vacancies to be filled – two regular seats and two alternate seats.
Terms are appointed for four years. Generally, the commission meets on the third Monday of the month, unless otherwise posted. The purpose of the commission is to help property owners conserve historic neighborhoods, structures, and features by providing guidance and resources when they are planning changes to their properties within the Historic District.
To be considered for appointment, applicants shall be residents within the town’s planning jurisdiction, and shall have demonstrated experience or an interest in the preservation of historic structures, or should be employed in architecture, history, planning, archaeology, or a related discipline.
If interested in serving on the Historic Preservation Commission, please fill out an advisory board application and return the completed application to Town Clerk Regina Rosy. Applications can be mailed to PO Box 785, Aberdeen, NC 28315; emailed to [email protected]; or brought to Town Hall located at 115 N. Poplar Street, Aberdeen.