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Historic Landmarks Commission Members

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The Historic Landmarks Commission consists of seven members, none of whom may hold public elective office. The Commission must include a historian with knowledge of local history; an architectural historian; an architect; two members from the following: landscape architecture, real estate, construction, community development, urban planning, archeology, law, finance, cultural geography, cultural anthropology, or related disciplines; and two members at-large. 

All members must have demonstrated interest, competence, or knowledge of historic preservation. No more than two members of the Commission may be in the business of buying, selling, leasing, or developing real estate for profit, or be officers of such a business. Members are appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council. The terms shall be a maximum of four years with a maximum of two full terms.

Current Members of the Historic Landmarks Commission  

NameMembership CategoryTerm Expires
Kristen Minor, ChairArchitectural Historian12/08/23 [2nd full term]
Maya Foty, Vice ChairPreservation Architect06/21/21 [1st full term]
Ernestina FuenmayorHistorian03/31/22 [1st full term]
Matthew RomanPublic-At-Large01/05/24 [2nd full term]
Andrew SmithArchitect11/18/22 [1st full term]
Kimberly MorelandHeritage Planning Consultant3/24/25 [1st full term]

*Coincides with current term on Landmarks Commission