Volunteers needed for Historic Preservation Awards selection committee

City officials on Wednesday announced that the Fayetteville Historic District Commission is requesting community volunteers to serve on the selection committee for the Historic Preservation Awards program to be held in May 2011.

The committee will consist of three members of the public – one architect and two community members at-large – and will be responsible for reviewing and approving award nominees.

To volunteer for the selection committee, contact Dara Sanders in the Fayetteville Planning Division at 479-575-8327 or [email protected] no later than March 5, 2011.

Historic District Commission

The Historic District Commission was created on March 1, 1979, pursuant to the provisions of A.C.A. 14-172-206 to recommend the establishment of historic districts to the City Council. The basic function of the committee is to promote the educational, cultural, economic, and general welfare of the public through the preservation and the protection of buildings, sites, places and districts of historic interest. » More
Source: accessfayetteville.org