Historic Landmark Commission
The Historical Landmark Commission holds a variety of responsibilities with the goal of promoting historical preservation in the city. The commission and its members:
- Investigate and study matters related to the protection, enhancement, restoration, perpetuation and use of historic landmarks, districts and structures;
- Review applications for historic landmark designation;
- Review permits for the construction, reconstruction, alteration, restoration, relocation, demolition, or razing of an included structure in a designated historic district or affecting a designated historic landmark;
- Review applications for historic preservation tax exemption; and
- Make recommendations to the Planning and Zoning Commission pertaining to the amendment of any historic district.
The Historic Landmark Commission meets at 5:30 p.m. on the first Tuesday of each month and in special meetings as needed. Meetings are held in the Council Chambers at City Hall – 447 N. Main Street in Boerne.
The commission is comprised of seven members appointed by the mayor with approval from City Council. The mayor also appoints a chairman and vice chairman. Members serve a four-year term and must live within the city limits or within the extraterritorial jurisdiction of the City of Boerne.
|Member Name||Position||Term Expiration|
|Ben Adam||Chair||June 2023|
|Justin Boerner||Vice Chair||June 2025|
|Cesar Hance||Member||June 2025|
|Stephen Kerr||Member||June 2023|
|Patti Mainz||Member||June 2023|
|Michael Nichols||Member||June 2023|
|Cali Redd||Member||June 2023|
|Sally Pena||Member||June 2025|