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Building inventory next step in historic preservation push

A proposed Carbondale historic preservation ordinance could be ready for public hearings by late January or early February, according to assistant town planner Janet Buck.In the meantime, Suzannah Reid of Reid & Associates architects of Aspen will begin working on an inventory of about 30 structures in the downtown area to determine their historic significance, with a final report expected by April.The inventory project was funded by a $7,600 Colorado Historical Fund grant awarded to the town earlier this year. The data may be used to determine whether certain buildings could qualify for official historic designation under the state’s criteria, if the town decides to adopt a historic preservation ordinance.The inventory project was funded by a $7,600 Colorado Historical Fund grant awarded to the town earlier this year. The data may be used to determine whether certain buildings could qualify for official historic designation under the state’s criteria, if the town decides to adopt a historic preservation ordinance.


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