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2003 Minutes & Agendas: Historic Sites Committee Meeting Minutes March 27, 20003

Minutes of the Centerville Historic Sites Committee meeting held Thursday, March 27, 2003 at 7:05 p.m. at the Centerville Public Works Building, 655 North 1250 West, Centerville, Utah.


Dani Burgoyne, Chairperson, (arrived at 8:15 p.m.)

Royce Allen

Nancy Beesley

JoAnn Earl

Margy Richter

Bill Rigby

Maurine Ward


Diana Moesigner, Planning Commission Liaison

Connie Larson, Recording Secretary

MINUTES REVIEW AND APPROVAL - Maurine Ward made a motion to approve the February 27, 2003 Historic Sites Committee meeting minutes as amended. JoAnn Earl seconded the motion, which was approved by unanimous vote (5-0). Bill Rigby abstained from voting, as he was not present at the meeting.

WHITAKER MUSEUM - JoAnn Earl reported that Ron Moyer has been involved in another project and he said he will start on the Whitaker Museum windows on March 31, 2003. The project is expected to take about ten days. Royce and JoAnn will continue to follow-up with Mr. Moyer on this project. HISTORIC HOME TOUR Margy Richter distributed a list of the homes that will be on the Historic Home Tour in May. She also distributed a draft of the flyer that will be used to advertise the tour. The flyer will list the address of each structure on the tour. Bill Rigby requested that group tours be held each hour on the hour at his farm to avoid people running through his property. Margy reported that Dani Burgoyne contacted Blaine Lutz and there is a $500 budget for the 2003 year for the Committee. Royce Allen will research the cost of a banner sign advertising the Historic Home Tour to be placed in front of City Hall, and he will also order individual signs for each home on the tour.

CURBSIDE MARKERS - Margy Richter explained the format that will be used on the curbside markers. The narrative is to be typewritten, single spaced, and on a half sheet of paper with no more than 1,046 characters. The narratives must be given to Interpretive Graphics by May 30, 2003. Maurine Ward distributed historical information and pictures on the George Chase home and the France Service Station. The Committee agreed they will pursue the Lund home instead of the B. H. Roberts home for a curbside marker. The Alberta Hall and Central School have been researched and Maurine will prepare the narratives on these buildings also. Dani Burgoyne distributed a draft copy of a letter that will be given to the home owners who will be receiving curbside markers for their home.

LOCAL REGISTER - Franklin Walton Home JoAnn Earl reported the Waltons have decided they do not want their home on the Local Register at this time. JoAnn said she will keep in contact with the Waltons to see if they could be persuaded to have their home on the Local Register. Margy Richter Home Nancy Beesley distributed copies of the narrative for the Richter home. Main Street Garage Maurine Ward read the narrative for the Main Street Garage. Hollingshead Service Station Royce Allen distributed and read the narrative for the Hollingshead Service Station. NATIONAL REGISTER   Ann McGee Home Dani Burgoyne reported that Ann McGee has given permission for her home to be on the National Register. Hobson and Cheney Homes Dani reported that Alan Barnett told her the Lynda Hobson and Marsha Anderson homes have been remodeled too extensively to be on the National Register. Parrish and Zach Cheney Homes Mr. Barnett told Dani that the Dave Parrish and Zach Cheney homes are not architecturally significant, but may be historically significant. After discussion, the Committee agreed to ask Mr. Barnett to research the Zach Cheney home, as the Committee feels there is enough historical significance for the home to be on the National Register.   Other homes for the National Register Dani will talk to Mr. Barnett about researching the Joseph Ford Home, (1394 North Main), and the Thomas Ford Home, (1213 North Main), for the National Register. At the next Committee meeting, all of the narratives for the Local Register and curbside markers must be completed.

NEXT MEETING - The next Historic Sites Committee meeting will be held on Thursday, April 17, 2003 at 7:00 p.m. at the Public Works Building. The meeting was adjourned at 9:25 p.m.    

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Dani Burgoyne, Chairperson                                                                Date Approved    


Connie Larson, Recording Secretary

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