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File #: 201505    Version: 0
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 3/2/2021 In control: COMMON COUNCIL
On agenda: Final action: 3/23/2021
Effective date: 4/10/2021    
Title: An ordinance relating to the nomination of members to the historic preservation commission.
Sponsors: ALD. BAUMAN
Indexes: HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION
Attachments: 1. Hearing Notice List, 2. City Attorney Signature
Number
201505
Version
ORIGINAL
Reference

Sponsor
ALD. BAUMAN
Title
An ordinance relating to the nomination of members to the historic preservation commission.
Section
320-2 am
320-21-4 am
Analysis
This ordinance requires the mayor to nominate members to the historic preservation commission within 90 days of a written notification by the city clerk of a vacancy. Should the mayor not nominate a member within 90 days of notification by the city clerk, the common council president will have 90 days to nominate a member, subject to common council confirmation. This ordinance also requires the city clerk to provide the appropriate appointing authority with written notification within 5 working days of receiving notification of a vacancy in any board, committee or commission.

Body

The Mayor and Common Council of the City of Milwaukee do ordain as follows:

Part 1. Section 320-2 of the code is amended to read:

320-2. Notification of Changes. Whenever a change occurs such as the resignation of a member or election of a new chair, staff responsible for the board or committee shall submit written notification of the change to the office of the city clerk within 5 working days. >>The city clerk shall send a written notification of the vacancy and request for submission of a new appointee to the appropriate appointing authority within 5 working days of receiving a written notification of change in a board, committee or commission.<<

Part 2. Section 320-21-4 of the code is amended to read:

320-21. Historic Preservation Commission.

4. MEMBERS. a. Composition. The commission shall be composed of 7 members. One shall be a registered architect; one shall be either an historian or an architectural historian, either interested in the field of historic preservation; one shall be a person experienced in either real estate development or real estate financing; one shall be a member of the common council and 3 shall be citizen members. Each member shall hav...

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