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Danville seeks applicants for Heritage Resource Commission

 

Danville officials have put out a call to residents interested in applying for two available spots on the town's Heritage Resource Commission.

Each seat is a four-year term, and the application window will remain open until both positions are filled, according to town officials.

The seven-member commission is "responsible for establishing criteria for identifying historic sites, inventorying and protecting these sites, and developing preservation incentives for property owners," according to the town website.

The commission "has the authority to recommend the adoption of standards to the Town Council for the alteration, construction, rehabilitation, restoration or removal of designated improvements and to enforce these standards through the review of building permit and development applications," according to the website.

Applications are available on the town website. Interviews are set to be scheduled once applications are filed.

For more information, contact city clerk Marie Sunseri at 314-3401 or cityclerk@danville.ca.gov.

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