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Updated: 12/06/2017 08:30:03AM

History board wants ‘teeth’

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PHOTO BY GREG GILES

The Johnson-Schoolcraft Building on West Venice Avenue is one of only six buildings on the local historic registry. A city advisory board wants to create more historic districts to protect more structures that tell the history of Venice.

PHOTO BY GREG GILES

The Johnson-Schoolcraft Building on West Venice Avenue is one of only six buildings on the local historic registry. A city advisory board wants to create more historic districts to protect more structures that tell the history of Venice.

By GREG GILES

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The Historic Preservation Board (HPB) is making a number of recommendations to revise the city’s historic district rules.

One proposed rule would provide a tax incentive for the restoration of historic buildings. Another would require mandatory HPB review before a historic homes is demolished.

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