Fayetteville’s Historic and Heritage Resources Action Group to meet Jan. 9

The house at 229 N. Block Ave. was once home to GoodFolk Productions.

Photo: Todd Gill, Fayetteville Flyer

The Historic and Heritage Resources Action Group will meet at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 9. Fayetteville Mayor Lioneld Jordan and Ward 1 Alderwoman Sarah Marsh will attend the meeting, according to a news release issued Wednesday afternoon.

The meeting will take place at the home of Nina Shirkey at 229 N. Block Ave., which is nearing completion of a historic restoration project.

From the release:

The group will continue the discussion about maintaining the architectural heritage of Fayetteville and the process for Fayetteville to become involved with the Main Street Arkansas program through the Department of Arkansas Heritage’s Historic Preservation Program. Daniel Hintz will also provide information about the downtown planning efforts supported by the Northwest Arkansas Council. There will updates on city projects related to the restoration of the historic bridges on Lafayette and Maple streets and the historic structure report on the antebellum Woolsey Farmstead. This meeting is open to the public.