Houston Archaeological and Historical Commission (HAHC)
About the Commission
The HAHC is a 13-member board that issues Certificates of Appropriateness and reviews Historic District, Landmark, Protected Landmark, and Archaeological Site designation applications.
Current Commission Members
- Ashley Elizabeth Jones – Archaeologist (Position 1)
- Minnette Boesel – Chair, Historian (Position 2)
- Urmila Srinivasan – Architectural Historian (Position 3)
- José F. Aranda, Jr. – Cultural History Organization Representative (Position 4)
- David Bucek – Registered Architect (Position 5)
- Elizabeth Wiedower Jackson – Commercial Business Representative (Position 6)
- John Cosgrove – Real Estate Appraiser (Position 7)
- Stephen McNiel – Remodeler/Builder (Position 8)
- Steven F. Curry – Preservation Specialist (Position 9)
- Ann Collum – Citizen Representative (Position 10)
- Dominic Yap – Citizen Representative (Position 11)
- Charles Stava – Citizen Representative (Position 12)
- Ben Koush – Citizen Representative (Position 13)
- Samantha Bruer – Architectural Archivist, Houston Metropolitan Research Center
- Marta Crinejo – Mayor's Liaison
- Margaret Wallace Brown – Interim Director, Planning and Development
HAHC Meeting Schedule
Certificate of Appropriateness applications are due are due 22 calendar days in advance of the meeting by 12 PM (noon) on the deadline date.
Meetings are held at 3:00pm (unless otherwise noted) at City Hall Annex, 900 Bagby Street, City Council Chambers, Public Level.
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