'History, by apprising them of the past, will enable them to judge of the future.....'
Thomas Jefferson, 1786
The Historic Preservation Plan was adopted by the Board of Supervisors on September 6, 2000 and was prepared by a Historic Preservation Committee that was appointed by the Board in May 1995. The Historic Preservation Plan is an amendment to the Comprehensive Plan, and provides a framework for public involvement in protecting the community's historic resources. It reviews the County's history, and emphasizes education, financial incentives, and partnerships among all interest groups.
The Albemarle County Historic Preservation Committee is charged with protecting the county's historic and cultural resources. The Committee takes an active role in identifying and documenting structures of importance to the community.
Historic Preservation Committee
|Jared Loewenstein, Chairman
||Christine S. Devine
|K. Edward Lay
||Steven G. Meeks
|Duane Snow, Board of Supervisors liaison
||Richard Randolph, Planning Commission liaison
Albemarle County Historic Preservation Committee
c/o Department of Community Development
401 McIntire Road, North Wing, Charlottesville, VA 22902-4126
For more information, please contact
Margaret Maliszewski, Design Planner, at 434-296-5832 ext 3276.
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