Historic Preservation Fund Committee - April 22, 2019 - Agenda
1. Roll Call
Mark Ryser, Chair (SF Beautiful) Dennis Antenore (SFPP) Mike Buhler, Vice Chair (SF Heritage) Courtney Damkroger (Mayor)
Robert Cherny (HPC) Gretchen Heckman (OCII)
Mrs. G. Bland Platt (BOS)
2. Adoption of Meeting Notes
a. March 2019
b. Public comment
3. Announcements [Discussion Item]
a. General and staff announcements
b. Public comment
4. Grant Agreement Matters [Discussion Item]
a. Review of pending applications
b. Update on recent grant-funded projects
c. Public comment
5. Establish Next Meeting Agenda [Discussion Item]
a. Public comment
6. General Public Comment
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