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HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION (HPC)
AGENDA

Wildwood City Hall – Community Room

16860 Main Street - Wildwood, Missouri

Thursday, January 24, 2019 – 6:30 p.m.

I.

Welcome and Roll Call

II.

Opening Remarks by Chair Wojciechowski

III.

Approval of the Historic Preservation Commission December 6, 2018 Meeting Minutes

IV.

New Business

a.

Ready for Action – One (1) Item

1.

Introduction of the Application to Place a Family Retreat Lodge, which is located at 4000 State Route 109 (Locator Number: 26V310045), known as Marycliff (formerly Woodcliff), c. 1905, per St. Louis County Tax Records, c. 1891 per City of Wildwood’s Historic Building Inventory [Survey 2014-15, Updated 12-6-2018, Page 120 of 343], on the City’s Historic Register. This tract of land is zoned NU Non-Urban Residence District. Public hearing will be held on this application in February, 2019. (Ward Six)

b.

Not Ready for Action – No Items

V.

Old Business

a.

Ready for Action – Six (6) Items

1.

Action on a Potential Donation Offer of a log cabin that is located upon the property at 2325 Wild Horse Creek Road (Locator Number 23X220071). The Dr. Loving House was built circa 1905. (Ward One)

2.

City’s Interest in the Acquisition of the Old Melrose School, 18820 Melrose Road, 63038 (Ward Six)

3.

Discussion of Next Chapter in Wildwood’s Written History Covering 1920 – 1990. (Wards – All)

4.

Route 66 Promotion Efforts (Wards One, Four, Six, Seven, and Eight)

5.

Approval of Work Program for 2019 (Wards – All)

6.

Bid Specifications for Reconstruction of the Essen Log Cabin (Wards – All)

b.

Not Ready for Action – Two (2) Items

1.

An offer from Mary Guise to sell to the City of Wildwood the original logs from the Heege-Boxwood Log Cabin. (Wards - All)

2.

Discussion on archiving documents from the City’s incorporation that are currently being stored at City Hall and Other Off-Site Locations. (Wards - All)

VI.

Review of Proposed Zoning/Plats/Site Development Plans/Demolition Requests – None

VII.

Projects-Initiatives-Efforts Updates

  • Social Media Initiatives
  • Points of Interest Map – Driving Tour
  • Historic Marker Program (one (1) site remains for installation)
  • Historic Preservation Training & CLG Annual Report
  • City Projects
  • Cemeteries
  • Other

VIII.

Other

IX.

Upcoming Meeting Date – February 28, 2019 (Thursday), at 6:30 p.m.

X.

Closing Remarks and Adjournment by Chair

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Note: The Historic Preservation Commission will consider and act upon these matters listed above and any such others as may be presented at the meeting and determined appropriate for discussion at that time.