(A)   The Preservation Commission shall undertake an ongoing survey and research effort in the County to identify areas, sites, structures, and objects that have historic, cultural, community, architectural or aesthetic importance, interest, or value. As part of the survey, the Commission shall review and evaluate any prior surveys and studies by any unit of government or private organization and compile appropriate descriptions, facts, and photographs.
   (B)   The Commission shall make an effort to systematically identify potential landmarks and districts and adopt procedures to nominate them in groups based upon the following criteria:
      (1)   The potential landmarks or districts in one township or distinct geographical area of the county;
      (2)   The potential landmarks associated with a particular person, event, or historical period;
      (3)   The potential landmarks of a particular architectural style or school, or of a particular architect, engineer, builder, designer, or craftsman; or of a particular building material.
      (4)   Such other criteria as may be adopted by the Preservation Commission to assure systematic survey and nomination of all potential landmarks within the county.
(Res. 92-192, passed 9-17-1992)