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File #: Ord 2020-07(b)    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Individual Consideration
File created: 2/18/2020 In control: City Council
On agenda: 3/3/2020 Final action:
Title: Consider approval of Ordinance 2020-07, on the second of two readings, amending section 2.191 of the San Marcos City Code relating to the composition of the Historic Preservation Commission; including procedural provisions; providing for the repeal of any conflicting provisions; and providing an effective date.
Attachments: 1. Amending Ordinance 2.191.pdf, 2. 2020-01RR - Commission Structure, 3. HPC Qualifications Amendment
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AGENDA CAPTION:
Title
Consider approval of Ordinance 2020-07, on the second of two readings, amending section 2.191 of the San Marcos City Code relating to the composition of the Historic Preservation Commission; including procedural provisions; providing for the repeal of any conflicting provisions; and providing an effective date.
Body
Meeting date: March 3, 2020

Department: Planning and Development Services

Amount & Source of Funding
Funds Required: N/A
Account Number: N/A
Funds Available: N/A
Account Name: N/A

Fiscal Note:
Prior Council Action: On February 4, 2020, the City Council held a discussion regarding the recommendation of the Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) to amend section 2.191 of the City Code to change the qualifications for membership on the commission. Following its discussion, the City Council directed staff to bring back an ordinance for consideration based on the HPC's recommendation.
Approved on 1st Reading at February 18, 2020 City Council Meeting

City Council Strategic Initiative: N/A

Comprehensive Plan Element (s):
? Economic Development
? Environment & Resource Protection
? Land Use
? Neighborhoods & Housing
? Parks, Public Spaces & Facilities
? Transportation
? Core Services
? Not Applicable

Master Plan: N/A

Background Information:
Per Section 2.191 of the City Code and Article 3(C) of the Commission bylaws, the Historic Preservation Commission shall consist of seven members appointed by the City Council. The composition of the Commission currently is as follows:

1. Two members shall be residents of the City, or shall be employed in the City.
2. Two members shall be citizens of the City with a demonstrated interest in the history of the City of San Marcos.
3. Two members shall be property owners or residents from one of the Historic Districts designated in the Development Code, other than the downtown Historic District. The city council shall endeavor to rotate appointments evenly among the districts.
4. One ...

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