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Type: Historic Preservation Board
Meeting location: Town Hall 100 N. Wilcox Street Castle Rock, CO 80104

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Person Name TitleStart DateEnd DateE-mailWeb SiteAppointed By
Annamarie Engelhard Boardmember
1st term 6/2020-
Termed-out: 5/31/2028
6/1/2020 5/31/2022      
Carlos Salinas Boardmember
1st term 6/2015 - 5/2017 2nd term 6/2017 - 5/2019 3rd term 6/2019 -
Termed-out: 5/31/2023
6/1/2015 5/31/2021      
James Gleim Boardmember
1st term (partial) 6/2020-5/2021
Termed-out: 5/31/2027
6/1/2020 5/31/2022      
John Beystehner Chair
1st term 6/2017 - 5/2019 2nd term 6/2019 -
Termed-out: 5/31/2025
6/6/2017 5/31/2021      
Mike Borgelt Boardmember
1 term (p) 2/2021 - 5/31/2022
Termed-out: 5/31/2028
2/16/2021 5/31/2022      
Steven Crosier Boardmember
1st term 6/2019 - DRB Rep 6/2020-
Termed-out: 5/31/2027
6/1/2019 5/31/2021      
The Historic Preservation Board works to protect and preserve the history of Castle Rock through recommendations to Town Council for designation of historic structures as landmarks at the local level. The board reviews and approves new construction and design renovation requests within the Craig and Gould neighborhood to maintain the historic and cultural heritage of this area. Three of the seven board members must be residents or property owners within the Craig and Gould neighborhood. Additionally, three of the seven board members are required to have an education background or experience in archaeology, architecture, history or planning. Meetings: 6 p.m. First Wednesday of each month Town Hall 100 N Wilcox St. Castle Rock, CO 80104 Meetings are open to the public and one or more Councilmembers may attend Member Terms: Two-year terms / max of four consecutive terms (8 years total). Partial terms only count as a full term if they serve over half the term.