Lewisburg Historic Landmarks Commission to hold public hearing April 11

LEWISBURG (WVDN) – The Lewisburg Historic Landmarks Commission will hold a public hearing on Monday, April 11, at 5 p.m. in the Paul R. Cooley Council Chambers at Lewisburg City Hall, 942 Washington Street.

The meeting is also available via teleconference. For more information on how to participate on Zoom, contact Lewisburg City Hall 304-645-2080 no later than 3 p.m. on April 11.

On the agenda: Jeanette Chambers, Harris Street, install black steel fence; Bruce and Cyndee Stapp, Church Street, repair and extend existing deck and relocate air condition unit; Elizabeth Destiny, Lafayette Street, remove front porch steps and replace with concrete and stone, changing the steps from side to the front, adding sidewalk and in the back build

12’x 23.6 deck; Paul Lindquist, Jefferson Street, replace screens on the cistern house with glass on all four sides, add screen on the door, repair damaged wood and paint with classic white, possibly adding a vent on the east side; Robert Frank, Bell Drive, replace and modify exterior; Colin Rose, Washington Street, remove all second-floor windows and replace with Pella

Architect Series Traditional wood and aluminum clad windows; Colin Rose, Jefferson Street, remove and replace damaged patio; and more.

The next scheduled meeting for the Lewisburg Historic Landmarks Commission is Monday, May 9, at 5 p.m., with a deadline of Friday, April 22.


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