Historic Preservation Advisory Commission

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The Historic Preservation Advisory Commission is a citizens advisory body that assists and advises the Council and Town staff on historic preservation matters. The Commission also makes reviews and makes recommendations on historic design review applications. It is comprised of seven members who are appointed by the Town Council. The current members are:

- Bill Kenny, Chair
- Brendan Riley, Vice Chair
- Chaun Mortier
- Carole Sesko
- Vangie Wightman

Three of the members are professionals in the disciplines of architecture, history, architectural history, planning or other historic preservation-related disciplines. One member is a member of the Truckee-Donner Historical Society, and three members are lay members who have a special interest, competence, experience or knowledge in historic preservation or in Truckee history.

Duties and Responsibilities
A list of the Commission's duties and responsibilities as set forth in Council Resolution No. 99-48.

Commission Meetings
The Commission meets twice each month on the second and fourth Wednesdays at 8:00 a.m. in the East Wing Conference Room.