City of Beloit Looking for Citizen to Appoint to Landmarks Commission

According to an update from the City of Beloit, Wisconsin - Government, they are looking for individuals interested in serving on the Landmarks Commission. The Landmarks Commission designates and promotes new and existing landmarks and historic districts, regulates the way exterior alterations, additions, and construction or demolition of properties is done in historic districts or those with landmark status, and serve as a liaison between the public and the City of Beloit Planning and Building Services Division to encourage the stability of historic districts and landmarks sites. If you’re interested in serving on the Landmarks Commission, call Hilary Rottmann at 608-364-6708.

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