Historic Resources Advisory Committee Fact Sheet

Title: Historic Resources Advisory Committee

Type of Board/Commission/Committee: Advisory

Affiliated Department: Community Development

Status: Active

Governing Legislation:
-CBJ Code 49.10.410
-HRAC Bylaws - 2013
-Date Created: January 01, 1987
-Sunset Date: N/A

To reference the general rules of procedure and informational booklet for all boards, please see the documents available on the General Board Information page.

Description: 49.10.410 Historic resources advisory committee. ... (f) Duties. The duties of the committee shall include: (1) Reviewing and making recommendations about local projects that might affect properties identified in the local historic preservation plan; (2) Reviewing and developing nominations to the National Register of Historic Places for properties within the City and Borough; (3) Cooperating and consulting with the assembly, the historic district commission, the community development department and the state historic commission on matters concerning historical districts and historic, prehistoric and archaeological preservation in the City and Borough; (4) Reviewing and making recommendations about the collections, exhibitions, educational programs, long range plans, and other pertinent activities of the Juneau-Douglas City Museum; (5) Cooperating and consulting with the library department on matters concerning the Juneau-Douglas City Museum; and (6) Performing other actions which are necessary and proper to carry out the above duties. (Serial No. 87-49, § 2, 1987; Serial No. 93-41, §§ 3, 4, 5, 1993; Serial No. 99-22, § 5, 1999; Serial No. 2001-01, § 2, 2-5-2001; Serial No. 2014-06(b), § 4, 2-24-2014, eff. 3-26-2014 )

Membership: (b) Membership. The committee shall consist of nine members appointed by the assembly. Members shall be appointed for a term of three years. The assembly shall invite applications for membership from archaeologists, historians, architects, people knowledgeable in the customs and language of the Tlingit and Haida people, owners of locally recognized historic property, people familiar with the operations and issues relating to the city museum, teachers, and the general public.

Officers: Chair, Vice-Chair, Recorder

Quorum: 5

Term Limits:

Annual Appointment Period (Annual Reports Due): June

Meetings: First Wednesday of each month at 5pm - locations alternate between City Hall Conference Room #224 and the Juneau-Douglas City Museum.

Special Facts: Staff support is shared by the Community Development Department (CDD) and Juneau Douglas City Museum. Meeting locations alternate monthly between the City Hall Conference Room #224 & the J-D City Museum.

Staff Contact: CDD Planner Allison Eddins - 586-0758 -

Website: http://www.juneau.org/history/advcomm.php