Residential nominations for National Register

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By The Staff

Plans are being made at this time to pursue a Campbellsville Residential Historic District nomination for historic properties in the Lebanon Avenue, Duffy Street, Jackson Street, High Street, North Central Avenue and Maple Street residential areas.

The listing in the National Register provides recognition of the importance of a historic property, but it does not place any obligation or legal restriction on the use of the property by the owner.

Property owners in these areas will receive a letter from the Kentucky Heritage Council in Frankfort, Ky., informing them of a public meeting from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 13 at the City Council Chambers, 100 Terri St.

Marty Perry, the Kentucky Heritage Council's National Register coordinator, and other Heritage Council staff, will be on hand to explain and address questions about what potential National Register listing means to property owners and to the city.

It is important that we preserve and protect the unique landmarks and historic neighborhoods that make up the community in which we live.

Sue Smith

North Side Neighborhood Association