Orleans Election for Old Kings Highway Commission November 20

Do you have experience working with historic buildings or historic districts in a changing climate?

The annual election of Old Kings Highway Commissioners spotlights a town commission charged with the preservation and protection of buildings, settings and places within the boundaries of Orleans’ section of the Old Kings Highway Historic District, the entire area north of Route 6.  The OKH Commission works with homeowners to ensure that decisions regarding building exteriors meet Commission standards designed to preserve and protect the buildings, settings, and places in their purview.

Interested in learning more…perhaps even volunteering for a seat on the Commission? On Monday, November 20th, 2022 at 4:00 p.m. at the Orleans Town Hall in the Skaket Meeting Room, the special annual election of the Orleans representatives to the Old Kings Highway Regional Historic District Commission will take place. There are three positions open on the commission, two for residents in the District and one non-resident. The positions are for 5-year terms ending December 31, 2028. Anyone who is a resident of the Historic District may attend, vote and he/she may nominate or be nominated from the floor and elected. All interested persons are welcome to attend.


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