Historic & Architectural Review Commission

(A)  Purpose: To stimulate the economic, social, artistic and intellectual welfare of the City through the preservation and restoration of the City’s historic resources and the careful design of new development. This purpose is achieved by designating and maintaining a Landmark List, protecting historic sites and structures and regulating the design of development activities to enhance the city’s historic tradition and natural features and to protect the public health, safety and welfare.

(B)  Composition and meeting frequency: HARC shall consist of four voting members at large, one of whom may reside outside the City, one voting member from the Planning Commission and one, non-voting City Councilor Liaison. HARC shall meet a minimum of four times per year, once each quarter, with more frequent meetings as required to meet the City’s planning needs.

(C) Qualifications: Except for a non-resident voting member, voting members shall be full-time Jacksonville residents of one or more years, with preference given to those with experience in historic preservation, architecture and similar fields, provided that no more than one non-resident member, with special qualifications, may be appointed by the Council.

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