Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic  Commission

Projects Committee Meeting
October  7, 2016
8:30 am


1.  Report of the Projects Committeee Chair -- John Shurley

2.  Report of the HLC Chair -- Len Norman 

3.  Report of the Consulting Director -- Dan Morrill

Click Here For Revolving Fund Financial Report

4.  Update on the Walters Barbershop.  112-114 South Main Street, Huntersville, N.C.  The prospective buyer has is continuing due deligence.

5.  Update on the Charles E. Barnhardt House.  2733 Country Club Lane, Charlotte, N.C. Negotiations with the owner of the property continue.  The appraisal of the house has been received.  Click here for description of upfit and costs.    Click Here For Photographs Of House

 6.  Update on General Motors New Look Bus.

Staff continues to investigate options for air conditioning the bus.   Click Here For Estimate.

Staff has submitted the draft of an agreement to CATS for storage and routine maintenance of the bus.

7.  Consideration Of Marketing Strategies For The Delburg Mill House.  303 Delburg St., Davidson, N.C.  Staff has asked realtor Eric Gamble to submit recommendations for making the Delburg Mill House marketable.   Click here for recommendations.

8. Update of the Phillips House and Morris Barn. 131 W. Charles St., Matthews, N.C.  Brian Jenest will be working with the Commission to plan a community meeting to seek input regarding future development options for the property.  Workshops have been scheduled for October 20th and November 17th.   Click Here For A Video Of The Phillips House And Morris Barn
9.  Discussion of Marketing Strategy for the Edward M. Rozzel Farm.  11647 Old Rozzelles Ferry Rd., Charlotte, N.C.   Click For Photographs of Farm.

Staff will be producing a document setting forth parameters for development of the property.  An appraisal of the property has been completed.    Click here for Development Options   Click Here For Appraisal Of Rozzel Farm

10.  Consideration Of An Offer To Purchase The Torrence Lytle School.  302 Holbrooks Road, Huntersville, N.C.  The Commission has received an offer to purchase the Torrence Lytle School.  It has also received bids for the environmental cleanup of the buildings.  Click Here For Letter Of Intent

11. Discussion of Possible Preservation Solution for the James E. Dowd House.   Click Here For Photographs Of The Dowd House.

12.  Update on the Morgan School.   Click Here For Photographs Of The Morgan School.

13.  Old Business

14.  New Business

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