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ST. THOMAS- ST. JOHN HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMITTEE SPECIAL MEETING

The Virgin Islands Historic Preservation Commission’s St. Thomas-St. John Historic Preservation Committee (STT-STJHPC) announces that it will hold special meetings to discuss the full implementation of the Cruz Bay Historic District rules and regulations for private properties, lease properties, and governmental properties.   The special meetings will take place on Thursday, October 12, 2023, from 9:30 am to 3:00 pm at the Legislature of the Virgin Islands’ Cleone Creque Legislative Conference Room in Cruz Bay, St. John.

The Cruz Bay Historic District was established in 2017, but the full implementation of its rules and regulations has not been mandated to the full extent of the law.  The STT-STJHPC as it prepares for full implementation of the Cruz Bay Historic District rules and regulations are having these meetings to discuss with private property owners, lease holders, business owners, and Government of the Virgin Islands agency/property managers the requirements for exterior signage, paint colors, new windows and doors, exterior enhancements/alterations to buildings, and new construction.

For any questions regarding the meetings, please contact the Virgin Islands Historic Preservation Commission’s Chair Mr. Kurt G. Marsh, Jr. at email address; kurtg.marshjr@gmail.com or the STT-STJHPC’s Coordinator, Patton Mulford, at (340) 776-8605, or patton.mulford@dpnr.vi.gov for registration or for any other questions.  The agenda is subject to change.

Agenda

Thursday, October 12, 2023

 

Block 1                               9:30 am to 12:30 pm                                          Discussion for:

Government of the Virgin Islands agency Directors, Program, and Property Managers with jurisdictional and agency properties over and in the Cruz Bay Historic District

 

Block 2                               1:30 pm to 3:00 pm                                            Discussion for:

Private property owners, lease holders, and business owners with properties and businesses in the Cruz Bay Historic District