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The Historic Resources Board shall be composed of seven members appointed by the city council and serving without pay. Members shall have demonstrated interest in and knowledge of history, architecture or historic preservation. One member shall be an owner/occupant of a category 1 or 2 historic structure, or of a structure in a historic district; three members shall be architects, landscape architects, building designers or other design professionals and at least one member shall possess academic education or practical experience in history or a related field. The Palo Alto Historic Association shall be given notice of vacancies on the board and shall be encouraged to have its members submit applications.
(Ord. 5208 § 20, 2013)