Lead Historic Preservation Commission - Lead City Hall
2017 Lead Historic Preservation Commission
Sarah Carlson, president
Jean Martin, vice president
Mike Stahl, Secretary/City of Lead administrator
Dennis Schumacher, City of Lead Building Inspector
Jacque Fuller, retired, past mayor of Lead
Matt Klein, Century 21
Anne Rogers-Popejoy, Boys & Girls Club of the Northern Hills
When: Every third Wednesday of every month, except August and December at 5:00 PM
Where: Lead City Hall, 801 West Main Street, Lead, SD
§ 33.04 HISTORIC COMMISSION.
Membership will be comprised of up to seven members to be appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the Lead City Commission from a list of applicants. Every effort will be made to receive application from persons who are qualified to serve because of professional activities, or because of academic or experiential qualifications. However, non-professional members, who represent a demonstrated interest, experience or knowledge in historic preservation will also be encouraged to apply and will have equal right to serve. The Board members shall receive no compensation for their services.
(Ord. 934-01, passed 7-16-2001; Ord. 1034-15, passed 6-15-2015; Ord. 1040-15, passed 9-8-2015)
§ 33.05 RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS.
To be an appointed member on any of the city organizations, as defined in Chapter 33, the appointee must meet one of the following requirements:
(A) Be a resident within the city;
(B) Own and/or operate a business within the city; and
(C) Own property in the city.
(Ord. 1040-15, passed 9-8-2015)