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HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION
AGENDA
of the
 CITY OF WILDWOOD’S
 HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION (HPC)
Wildwood City Hall - Council Chambers
16860 Main Street - Wildwood, Missouri 63040

 ** This Meeting will be conducted in-person, and also available for viewing on Zoom, and then posted onto the City’s YouTube Channel**
 Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86832085819?pwd=d3NmNnhEVXM0K0ttcHZockVmbXRydz09
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 Thursday, August 25, 2022
6:30 p.m.
I.

Welcome and Roll Call

II.

Opening Remarks by Chair

III.

Approval of the Historic Preservation Commission’s Minutes from its July 29, 2022 Meeting

IV.

Old Business

a.

Ready for Action – Five (5) Items

1.

Route 66 Roadside Park Project - Pin-Up Review (Wards – All)

2.

Student Route 66 Taskforce Updates (Wards – All)

3.

Addition of a Youth Liaison to the Commission (Wards – All)

4.

Discussion of Essen Log Cabin Locations (Wards – All)

5.

Update on 2022 Work Program (Wards – All)

b.

Not Ready for Action – Two (2) Items

1.

Update on Kohn Park Sign (Ward One)

2.

Historic Route 66 Revitalization Initiative Work Program Update (Wards – All)

V.

New Business

a.

Ready for Action – One (1) Item

1.

Planning for Celebrate Wildwood Event (Wards - All)

b.

Not Ready for Action – Two (2) Items

1.

Discussion Regarding the Age Threshold Used to Determine Qualification as Historic (Wards – All)

2.

Overview of Maintenance Bids for Old Pond School (Ward One)

VI.

Review of Proposed Zoning/Plats/Site Development Plans/Demolition Requests – One (1) Item

a.

Discussion and Direction on a Demolition Request for a group of buildings and structures located at 18456 Woodland Meadows Drive (Locator Number 25X520021). Demolition is proposed for one (1) existing single-family dwelling and all associated accessory structures upon the property. The date of construction of the primary residential dwelling of historic significance is indicated as 1910, according to St. Louis County Department of Revenue – Assessor’s Office Records, and circa 1875, according to the Wildwood Historic Building Survey. This age threshold does require the HPC to consider this request, and act, given at least one (1) of these structures is in excess of 75 years of age. (Ward One)

VII.

Other Matters for Consideration – One (1) Item

a.

Update on opportunity to tour Historic Glencoe with Ms. Ava Morgan Gilbert and her daughter, on Monday, September 12, 2022, at 10:00 a.m. Ms. Gilbert was born in Glencoe in 1937. Her father was the pastor of the church in the area and an avid trout fisherman. Her great grandparents and grandparents also lived in Glencoe. She now lives in Illinois and is curious to revisit Glencoe and see if any of the buildings she remembers from childhood are still in existence today. (Ward Six)

VIII.

Upcoming Meeting Date – September 22, 2022 (Thursday)

IX.

Closing Remarks and Adjournment

Note: The Historic Preservation Commission will consider and act upon these matters listed above and any such others as may be presented at the meeting and determined appropriate for discussion at that time. The City of Wildwood will provide reasonable accommodations for persons attending public meetings.  Requests for reasonable accommodations should be made by contacting Megan Eldridge, City Clerk at 636-458-0440 or email at megan@cityofwildwood.com at least 48 hours prior to the start of the meeting.