Agendas, Historic District Commission, Town Agendas & Minutes, 2022|

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JUNE 5, 2024 

4:00 P.M.

The Chestertown Historic District Commission takes its authority from Chapter 93 of the Code of the Town of Chestertown and operates under the Historic District Design Guidelines that were adopted by the Mayor and Council of Chestertown on October 7, 2002, and revised March 7, 2012.

  1. Approval of May 1, 2024, Meetings Minutes
  2. Consent Calendar
    1. BP240055 – Hollomon, 100 S Water Street, roof.
    2. BP240075 – Hock, 300 Park Row, walkway.
    3. BP240076 – Kanto, 321 High Street, windows.
    4. BP240060 – Ingersoll, 204 N Mill Street, fence.
    5. BP240066 – Athey, 200 Washington Avenue, fence.
    6. BP240081 – Kent County, 400 High Street, windows.
  3. New Business
    1. BP240034 – Santoboni, 120 Washington Avenue, windows, siding, porch.
    2. BP240035 – Santoboni, 120 Washington Avenue, garage.
    3. BP240056 – Dobson, 234 N Kent Street, porch repair.
    4. BP240057 – Jones, 232 Cannon Street, shed.
    5. BP240068 – Sugar Doodles, 315 High Street, light fixture, sign.
    6. BP240072 – Poulsen, 104 Hilda Hopkins Way, new construction.
    7. BP240080 – Ingersoll, 204 N Mill Street, roof.
    8. BP240083 – Knuts, 511 High Street, shed.
    9. BP240085 – Zorrer, 216 Calvert Street, covered porch and rear addition.
  4. Old Business
    1. BP2022-65 – Culp, 341 High Street, tread and riser amendment.
  5. Public Comment
  6. Adjourn 

Public comment requests are to be submitted to the Town Clerk,, no later than noon the Friday prior to a scheduled meeting. Regularly scheduled meetings are held the first Wednesday of each month, unless otherwise announced.


Regularly scheduled meetings are held the first Wednesday of each month, unless otherwise announced.

A signup sheet will be available at the meeting to allow interested parties to make comments.

Town of Chestertown Charter

  • 19-6 (H)

(2)   The Commission may establish reasonable time limitations and registration requirements for witnesses and speakers, so that all may have an opportunity to be heard. In general, these times limits will be:

(a)   Historic District Permit applicant: 7 minutes

(b)   Comment by interested or aggrieved parties: 3 minutes


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