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Does the Corridor Design Commission apply historic standards?
Yes, and no. The Corridor Design Commission is charged with promoting and protecting small town character when reviewing site and building plans outside of the Historic Preservation Overlay District. Proposals that reference local architecture in scale, form, and materials are far more likely to be successful.


The board applies its design standards (Zoning Ordinance, Section 642) and generally uses the historic standards as a reference.

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1. What is a certificate of appropriateness (COA)?
2. Does the Corridor Design Commission apply historic standards?
3. What do I include for my Corridor Design Commission Certificate of Appropriateness application?