A lot of Guilford County business has been put on hold due to the state regulations implemented to deal with the coronavirus pandemic.
However, on Tuesday, Aug. 18, at 6 p.m. the county’s Historic Preservation Commission will meet to discuss possible historic designations and other matters regarding some well-known structures in the area.
The commission has duties that include designating buildings to be landmarks as well as approving proposed changes to buildings that have been declared historic.
Here are the items slated for the meeting:
- There will be a “Landmark Designation” request from Daniel Craft for the William and Martha Carter House at 1012 Country Club Dr. in Greensboro.
- There will be an evidentiary hearing for a “Major Certificate of Appropriateness” for the Julian Price House at 301 Fisher Park Circle in Greensboro. That request is for the installation of a black aluminum picket fence around the entire property. The house is owned by Michael Fuko-Rizzo.
- The meeting will include an evidentiary hearing for a “Major Certificate of Appropriateness” for the Country Club Apartments at 1700 N. Elm St. in Greensboro. The request being made of the commission is for permission to replace existing windows with another type. The matter is being brought to the commission by the Country Club Apartments, LLC of Greensboro.
- Another “Major Certificate of Appropriateness” request that night will be heard for the Elihu-Mendenhall House at 1106 Skeet Club Road in High Point. That request includes permission for the demolition of several structures – including the house and surrounding structures within an Historic “Landmark Designation” boundary. That house is owned by Raul and Sandra Torres.
If anyone wants to check out details of the plans or the requests coming before the commission, information regarding the hearing items are available for public review in the Guilford County Planning and Development Department located at 400 W. Market St. on the fifth floor of the Independence Center at 400 W. Market St. in downtown Greensboro. Questions may also be directed to county planning staff at 336-641-3591 or at Mtalbott@guilfordcountync.gov.
The commission’s August 18 meeting will be in the Blue Room on the first floor of the Old Guilford County Court House at 301 W. Market Street in downtown Greensboro.