State Review Board
Meeting Details: Revised (1/15/19)
January 30, 2019
9:00 a.m. CSTTennessee Historical Commission State Historic Preservation Office 2941 Lebanon Pike Nashville, TN 37214 The agenda can be accessed here. The Board will vote on 7 nominations:
• Brown-Hancock House, Cannon County
• Clover Bottom Farm – boundary Expansion, Davidson County
• Sutton General Store, Jackson County
• Tennessee Military Institute Residential District, Monroe County
• Barretville Bank and Trust, Shelby County
• U.S. Marine Hospital, Shelby County
• Sparta Residential Historic District Expansion, White County No meeting scheduled for February.
Twelve members appointed by the State Historic Preservation Officer for three-year terms. Members must have demonstrated a competence, interest or knowledge in historic preservation and a majority of members shall be recognized professionals. At a minimum, members must include one professional in history, prehistoric and historic archaeology, and architectural history and architecture. The archaeologist must be qualified in both prehistoric and historic archaeology, and the architectural historian or architect must be qualified in both architectural history and architecture. The Chair of the Tennessee Historical Commission's Historic Sites Committee serves as an ex officio member.
Commissioned under the National Historic Preservation Act.
|Beverly Robertson||Ex Officio||Chair Historic Sites Committee, TN Historical Commission|
|Lee Ingram||09-30-2019||Architectural Historian/Architect|
|Jefferson Rogers||09-30-2019||Public/Historic Preservation|
|Learotha Williams, Jr.||09-30-2020||History|
|Tara M. Mielnik||09-30-2021||Public/Historian|
|Margot F. Payne||09-30-2021||Architectural Historian|
Tennessee Historical Commission
Department of Environment & Conservation