Concord Township Historical Commission Openings
Interested in History? Want to have an impact on how our history is preserved?
The five members of the Historical Commission are appointed by the Board of Supervisors, and are charged with administering the township’s Historic Preservation Ordinance (The Code of the Concord of Township Article XIXA).
We are looking for interested residents with an interest in history, archaeology, historic preservation, and/or photography, be committed to serving, and are proficient in basic technology (email, Word and Excel).
If interested, please send a letter of interest/resume to Brenda Lamanna
Recognizing the need to balance reasonable and inevitable growth with a proper respect for our historic heritage, the Concord Township Board of Supervisors enacted our township’s Historic Preservation Ordinance in October, 1997. The ordinance includes a Historic Resources Inventory of properties built before 1900, and provides steps to protect these resources through development provisions and alternatives to the demolition of these resources. The ordinance created the Historical Commission, a group of volunteer residents, to administer the terms of the ordinance.
The Historical Commission is scheduled to meet on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m., in the public meeting room at 43 S. Thornton Road. If interested in attending a meeting, contact the Historical Commission at CTHC1@outlook.com to confirm date, time, and place.
Historical Commission Members
- Pennie N. Scott, Chairperson
- Shawn M. Kelly
- Lou Dickinson
- Mark Gennaro
For more information regarding the Historical Commission, please contact the email address above or the Concord Township office: