The City Council has declared that as a matter of public policy, the protection, preservation and enhancement of landmarks of architectural, archaeological, cultural and historic importance is necessary to promote the economic, cultural, educational and general welfare of the citizens of Hurst. The Hurst Historical Landmark Committee is charged with the preservation of the unique identity of the City of Hurst and the history of the area prior to its founding, which produced significant historic, architectural, archaeological and cultural resources, and shall:
Hurst Code of Ordinances, Section 5-532
Number of Members: Seven (7) voting members, all Hurst residents, to be appointed by the City Council. There shall be two (2) alternate members with the power to vote in the absence of a regular member.
Meetings: Quarterly. Special meetings may be called as necessary.
Quorum: A majority of the voting members shall constitute a quorum.
Term: Two (2) Year Staggered Terms. The chair and vice chair shall be elected by and from members of the Committee annually.
Name: Janice Pyles-Trostle
Name: Steve Johnson
Name: Carol Cole
Name: Marsha Camarata
Name: Billye Runnels-Jones*
Name: Heather Buen
Name: Dallas Snow **
Name: Leah Chance
Name: Mary Wismann
Name: Betty Whiteside
Agendas & Minutes
January 2019 Agenda