| 2. Conducting Surveys.
A Survey of Charlotte's post World War II
(1945-1965) built environment was completed, including a list
of properties judged to be eligible for the National Register.
b. The Historic Landmarks Commission applied
for and received a grant to conduct a survey of industrial and
institutional buildings in Mecklenburg County (1900-1950)
1. Sponsorship of
State-Wide Preservation Workshop in June 2000.
2. Placement of Historic
Marker for the W. T. Alexander Cemetery.
3. Planning for Internet
Journal on local historic built environment.
4. On-going supervision
of the Commission's website. Click
here to see example of website's educational potential.
5. Partnership with Park
and Recreation Department to complete construction of auxiliary building
at the Davidson one-room Schoolhouse at Rural Hill Plantation.
D. Design Review.
Applications For Certificates of Appropriateness. Major projects
Henry McAden House.
Rear Annex Building at the Parks Cramer Co. Complex.
North Carolina Medical College Building.
Highland Mill Plant No. 3.
E. Special Projects.
House. The Historic Landmarks Commission investigated the
feasibility of moving the Bland-McAden House but determined that the
economics would not work. Myers Park Baptist Church demolished the
1. Thomas Griffith
Warehouse Building. The Historic Landmarks Commission is working
with the owner to determine if the preservation of the building is
Recommendations For Upcoming
1. Continue to demonstrate the effectiveness of
the revolving fund by:
a. Proceeding with
completion of Charlotte Cotton Mills, W. T. Alexander House, Croft
Schoolhouse (including sale), Oehler Farm, McAuley House, and Palmer Fire
b. Completing purchase of
the Ratcliffe-Otterbourg House.
c. Determining use of
unencumbered Revolving Fund monies.
d. Establishing on-going
property acquisition relationship with the Engineering Department.
2. Continue to process properties for Historic
Landmark designation by:
a. Selecting properties
from the post-World War II Survey to process for designation.
b. Selecting properties
from the current Study List to process for designation.
c. Completing the Survey
of Institutional and Industrial Buildings.
d. Submitting application
for African American resources Survey.
e. Plan to apply next
year for a Survey of Center City Charlotte historic buildings.
3. Continue Educational Programming by:
a. Issuing initial issue
of Internet Journal in December 2001.
construction of the auxiliary building for the Davidson Schoolhouse at
c. Developing a
programmatic function for the Davidson Schoolhouse at Rural Hill.
d. Publicizing the
findings of the Post World War II Survey.
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