Meetings held in C-8, City of Groton Municipal Building at 7:00 p.m. on the 1st Thursday of the month.
Authority: Ordinance #75, Section 4e:
Members: 5 regular, 3 alternates. Term: 5 years. At least 3 regulars and 2 alternates shall reside in the Historic District.
Appt. by: Mayor with approval of Council
Since 1961, any municipality in Connecticut has been enabled by state law to establish within it’s confines an historic district to promote the educational, cultural, economic and general welfare of the public through the preservation and protection of the distinct characteristics of the buildings and places associated with the history of or indicative period or style of architecture of the district. This commission is charged with maintaining the historical integrity of the structures within its geographical boundaries.
The Eastern Point Historic District Commission was established to review any and all alteration, demolition or construction of buildings and other structures within its boundaries.