The public is invited to contribute ideas at a meeting about Aberdeen’s Historic Preservation Plan on Tuesday at 7 p.m. on the third floor of City Hall. This is the first of three public meetings to be held by the Historic Preservation Commission.
Preservation planners Brum & Associates of Spokane, and Thomason and Associates of Nashville, will be welcomed at the event. “Together, we two consultants are partnering to bring to this project over fifty years of combined experience,” noted Teresa Brum in a letter to Lisa Scott, the city’s community development director. Philip Thomason “has worked extensively with the City of Olympia where his youngest daughter and granddaughter reside” and frequently visits Aberdeen, the letter notes.
The joint venture will do both the draft and final Historic Preservation Plan.
Ask Scott for more information at 360-537-3238 or write the Community Development Department at 200 East Market St. Please let them know beforehand if you need accommodation for a disability.