Authorized staff to move ahead with acquisition of the Palmer Fire
Terminated the listing of the Croft Schoolhouse with Percival’s and
placed it with Springsteed Realty.
Terminated the Buyer’s Agent agreement with First Charlotte
Notified the Division of Archives and History that the HLC believes
the Gluyas House meets the criteria for listing in the National
Register of Historic Places.
Authorized the moving of the McAuley House to the Oehler property.
Approved in Concept that the HLC will accept ownership of the Dr.
George E. and Marie Davis House, restore the house, and sell the house
to Johnson C. Smith University.
Purchased the Ratcliffe-Otterbourg House from Historic Charlotte,
Purchased the Edward M. Rozzell House
Made an offer to purchase the Mt. Zion Lutheran Church on Luther
Street. Another buyer secured the property and has preserved it.
Directed staff to pursue purchase of an easement and additional land
at the W. T. Alexander property.
Made an offer to purchase the Grier House on Tilley Morris Road\
Pre-qualified six architectural firms for work on HLC Projects.
Hired Joseph K. Opperman as project architect for the McAuley House
and Oehler House Projects, Don Yelverton as project architect for the W.
T. Alexander Project, Donny Luke as project architect for the Rozzell
House Project, and Jack Copeland as project architect for the Charlotte
Cotton Mills Project.
Entered into agreement with owner of the Grier House on Rea Road to
investigate the feasibility of accepting the house as a donation and
moving it to another suitable location.
Began restoration of Building B of the Charlotte Cotton Mills.