Information about the St Louis Preservation Board, its responsibilities, meetings, agendas
The Preservation Board is a 9-member panel made up of 8 citizens and design professionals appointed by the Mayor for 4-year terms, and the Chairman of the Aldermanic Committee on Public Safety, or their appointee. Five positions have specific requirements: a registered architect; a registered engineer; a landscape architect or urban planner; a real estate broker; and an art historian or architectural historian.
|Richard Callow, Chair|
|Melanie Fathman||Anthony Robinson|
|Tiffany Hamilton||Randy Vines|
|Michael Killeen||vacant position|
|David Richardson||Hon. Jack Coatar, 7th Ward Alderman|
|Secretary to the Board|
For more information, contact the Board's Secretary, Deneen Funk, at (314) 657-3865.
The Board hears applicant appeals of Cultural Resources Office decisions. Preservation Board decisions in City Historic Districts are binding by law and may be appealed only to the Circuit Court. Appeals regarding encroachments or public works are heard by the Board of Public Service; appeals from Board denials of demolition applications may be heard by the Planning Commission at the Commission's discretion.
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