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West Wooster resident to head BG historic committee PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Thursday, 05 September 2013 09:51
West Wooster Street resident George Winters will serve as chairperson of an Ad Hoc Historic Preservation Study Committee announced Aug. 19 by Mayor Richard Edwards.
The mayor said the committee will look at the possibilities of Bowling Green becoming a certified city for historic preservation under the Ohio Office of Historic Preservation.
The committee will work with the assistance of BG Planning Director Heather Sayler and input from Nathan Bevil, preservation services manager with the Ohio Office of Historic Preservation.
Joining Winters on the committee will be:
•    Eric Honneffer, conservator with the Bowling Green State University Libraries.
•    Greg Hallamay, owner of Finders.
•    Les Barber, Mark Hollenbaugh and Michael Sibbersen, representing the east side.
•    Joyce Kepke and Larry Nader, representing the west side.
•    Daniel Gordon and John Zanfardino, representing city council.
Edwards pointed out that BG's "sister" university cities of Athens, Kent and Oxford are all classified as certified cities, bringing the total to 55.
Earlier this year Bevil visited Bowling Green to present details of the historic preservation certification.
No date has been announced for the committee to begin its meetings.

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