News Flash

Historic Preservation Board Notices

Posted on: May 25, 2022

Remote Historic Preservation Meeting 6-1-2022

143 SPRING STREET

To Residents and Property Owners: The Portland Historic Preservation Board will hold a REMOTE Public Hearing to consider a Certificate of Appropriateness for a gate installation; Sidney Beardsworth and David Harvey, Applicants.  Public comments will be taken at this meeting and written comments should be submitted to hp@portlandmaine.gov. Due to the existence of an emergency of urgent issue, the Portland Historic Board will conduct this meeting by remote methods/technology at the Zoom link provided on the agenda in accordance with the requirements of 1 M.R.S. section 403-B and the City Council's Remote Participation Policy.

The WORKSHOP will be held: Wednesday, June 1, 2022, 5:00 PM (this item is 1st on the agenda).  

Please note that the placement of this item on the agenda is subject to change – please check the Agenda & Minutes Center prior to the meeting. For more information on how to access the remote meeting and how to give public comment, please go to www.portlandmaine.gov/remotePUD. A project and plan summary is available for viewing on the Citizen Self Service Portal (http://css.portlandmaine.gov), by referencing Plan Number #HPBR-001685-2021. Memos and reports are posted on https://www.portlandmaine.gov/129/Agendas-Minutes by end of business day on the Friday before the Historic Preservation meeting. If you have any questions regarding the proposal, please contact Rob Wiener, Preservation Compliance Coordinator by phone at (207) 756-8023 or email at rwiener@portlandmaine.gov.


CONGRESS SQUARE AND CONGRESS SQUARE PARK

To Residents and Property Owners: The Portland Historic Preservation Board will hold a REMOTE Public Hearing on the Review of Conditions of Approval for a Certificate of Appropriateness approved by this Board on November 7, 2018, CONGRESS SQUARE & CONGRESS SQUARE PARK; City of Portland, Applicant. Public comments will be taken at this meeting and written comments should be submitted to hp@portlandmaine.gov.  This meeting will be held remotely pursuant to the Remote Meeting Policy adopted by the Historic Preservation Board and as authorized under 1 M.R.S. 403-B because of the existence of an emergency or urgent issue that requires the committee to meet by remote methods.

The PUBLIC HEARING will be held: Wednesday, June 1, 2022, 5:00 PM (this item is 2nd on the agenda).

 Please note that the placement of this item on the agenda is subject to change – please check the Agenda & Minutes Center prior to the meeting. For more information on how to access the remote meeting and how to give public comment, please go to www.portlandmaine.gov/remotePUD. Memos and reports are posted on https://www.portlandmaine.gov/129/Agendas-Minutes by end of business day on the Friday before the Historic Preservation  meeting. If you have any questions regarding the proposal, please contact Rob Wiener, Preservation Compliance Coordinator by phone at (207) 756-8023 or email at rwiener@portlandmaine.gov.


B&M CANNERY BUILDING, 1 BEAN POT CIRCLE - LANDMARK DESIGNATION

To Residents and Property Owners: The Portland Historic Preservation Board will hold a REMOTE Public Hearing of the Burnham & Morrill Cannery Building at One Bean Pot Circle as an individually-designated Landmark. The building has been nominated by the Initiative for Digital Engineering & Life Sciences ("IDEALS"). Public comments will be taken at this meeting and written comments should be submitted to hp@portlandmaine.gov. Due to the existence of an emergency of urgent issue, the Portland Historic Board will conduct this meeting by remote methods/technology at the Zoom link provided on the agenda in accordance with the requirements of 1 M.R.S. section 403-B and the City Council's Remote Participation Policy.

The meeting will be held: Wednesday, June 1, 2022, 5:00 PM (this item is 3rd on the agenda).   

Please note that the placement of this item on the agenda is subject to change – please check the Agenda & Minutes Center prior to the meeting. For more information on how to access the remote meeting and how to give public comment, please go to www.portlandmaine.gov/remotePUD. Memos and reports are posted on https://www.portlandmaine.gov/129/Agendas-Minutes by end of business day on the Friday before the Historic Preservation meeting. If you have any questions regarding the proposal, please contact Rob Wiener, Preservation Compliance Coordinator by phone at (207) 756-8023 or email at rwiener@portlandmaine.gov. 


99 CAPISIC STREET

To Residents and Property Owners: The Portland Historic Preservation Board will hold a REMOTE workshop to consider preliminary review for proposed addition, 99 CAPISIC STREET; Vana Carmona, Applicant.  The workshop is an opportunity for the applicant to present a plan to the Board in an informal session which is open to the public. Public comments will be taken at this meeting and written comments should be submitted to hp@portlandmaine.gov. Due to the existence of an emergency of urgent issue, the Portland Historic Board will conduct this meeting by remote methods/technology at the Zoom link provided on the agenda in accordance with the requirements of 1 M.R.S. section 403-B and the City Council's Remote Participation Policy.

The WORKSHOP will be held: Wednesday, June 1, 2022, 5:00 PM (this item is 4th on the agenda). 

Please note that the placement of this item on the agenda is subject to change – please check the Agenda & Minutes Center prior to the meeting. For more information on how to access the remote meeting and how to give public comment, please go to www.portlandmaine.gov/remotePUD. A project and plan summary is available for viewing on the Citizen Self Service Portal (http://css.portlandmaine.gov), by referencing Plan Number #HPBR-002024-2022. Memos and reports are posted on https://www.portlandmaine.gov/129/Agendas-Minutes by end of business day on the Friday before the Historic Preservation  meeting. If you have any questions regarding the proposal, please contact Rob Wiener, Preservation Compliance Coordinator by phone at (207) 756-8023 or email at rwiener@portlandmaine.gov.

Facebook Twitter Email

Other News in Historic Preservation Board Notices