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Among the proposals: “This is the first significant updating of the Historic Preservation ordinance since the commission’s initial inception (in 1976),” said Hannah Burchill, a spokeswoman for the city’s Department of Planning and Economic Development, in an email.

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“My sense in the briefing was that it was very early, and it was the first major change in 40 years, and they were going around to the stakeholders and making adjustments as they came up,” Brendmoen said.However, those penalties are rarely, if ever, enforced to that degree.In effect, he said, the commission’s proposal would also criminalize falling behind on costly, historically sensitive maintenance.Homeowners unhappy with commission decisions would still be able to appeal them to the city council.But appeal fees would increase by 0 to help the city with the cost of preparing its response.

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