Landmark Advisory Committee
Mission Statement: Established in 1990 for the purpose of making recommendations on buildings and sites of historical note so that their significance will be taken into account with respect to applications before the Architectural Review Board, Planning Board and Zoning Board of Appeals. It also issues reports to the Building Department, the Architectural Review Board, the Zoning Board of Appeals, and the like whenever any of these reviewing agencies receive applications to alter existing landmarks.
Established: March 10th, 1990
Term of Office: Three Years
Meetings Held: Occasionally, when potential sites need to be selected or prioritized
|Board Members||Term Ends|
|Gray Williams – Town Historian/Chairman||No Term Limit|
|Albert Hutin Jr.||12/13/17|
Projects of Note:
- Recent Landmark additions
- Oliver Green House: 514 Bedford Road
- Former Orthodox Quaker meetinghouse: 300 King Street
- To see the full list of New Castle landmarks, click here!
There is currently one vacant position on the Landmark Advisory Committee.
Interested in contributing? Submit an application to join the Landmark Advisory Committee!