§ 2-406  DESIGNATION AND PROTECTION OF HISTORICALLY SIGNIFICANT SITES.
   (A)   Designation of a historically significant site will be done by resolution of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen, upon recommendation by the city’s Historic Commission. A proclamation (a formal copy to be provided the owner), along with a metal plaque to be prominently displayed at the site, will be provided by the city.
   (B)   Once a site or structure is designated as historically significant, the Planning Commission shall thereafter, as part of its normal site review process, be responsible for ensuring that appropriate measures are taken to protect the structure and the immediate grounds when development or redevelopment occurs on adjacent property.
(2011 Code, § 2-406)  (Ord. 07-01, passed 4- -2007)