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Government

Elmhurst seeks commissioners for Historic Preservation Commission

The city of Elmhurst is seeking to fill vacant seats on the Elmhurst Historic Preservation Commission, a seven-member commission appointed by the mayor that serves in an advisory role to the Elmhurst City Council.
The city of Elmhurst is seeking to fill vacant seats on the Elmhurst Historic Preservation Commission, a seven-member commission appointed by the mayor that serves in an advisory role to the Elmhurst City Council.

ELMHURST – The city of Elmhurst is seeking to fill vacant seats on the Elmhurst Historic Preservation Commission, a seven-member commission appointed by the mayor that serves in an advisory role to the Elmhurst City Council.

Elmhurst residents interested in preservation, architectural history, building construction, engineering, finance, historical preservation, architectural preservation or real estate are encouarged to apply, according to a city news release.

The commission also is required to have a licensed architect as a member, which is a position that is currently open, the release stated.

Part of the commission's role is to review applications for landmark designations and any alterations proposed to existing landmarks, according to the release.

The commission meets at 7 p.m. on the second Wednesday of the month.

Those interested can visit elmhurst.org to learn more or fill out an appointed officials application, or call city planner Eileen Franz with any questions at 630-530-3121.

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