Good news! The process is moving along on applying for a National Register nomination for our area as an historic district. There will be an informational meeting on Wednesday, July 19th at 7:00 PM at the Creamery to explain to our area residents what a National Register nomination means for our area and the boundaries it will follow.
The review board meets on July 26th to review our application so we’re anxious to move forward to inform our neighbors what it all means! We’ll have the following three speakers at the Creamery informational meeting:
Frank Hurdis, Indiana Department of Natural Resources, Division of Historic Preservation and Archeology
Mark Dollase, Historic Landmark Foundation of IN
Eliza Steelwater, Historic Consultant
It’s been an immense amount of time and work by those closely involved in pursuing this very distinctive designation. The final result will be well worth the considerable effort. Let’s all be proud of our unique Traders Point area and come together on July 19th to learn more about our historic area.
See you at the Creamery,