Historic Preservation Board

Organization

The Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders (now County Commissioners) created the Morris County Historic Preservation Trust Fund Review Board (HPTFRB) in 2003. The HPTFRB was formed to review, prioritize and make recommendations to the Morris County Board of County Commissioners on the funding of historic preservation projects under the Historic Preservation Trust Fund.

The HPTFRB is made up of eleven members: 2 at-large representatives; 4 municipal representatives from each of four regions of Morris County (see Map of County Regions); 1 member of the Morris County Heritage Commission; 3 appointees with professional expertise in historic preservation, one of each from the disciplines of preservation architecture, architectural history and restoration; 1 appointee with a background as an archeologist, historic landscape specialist, historic site manager, historic site curator or engineer with historic preservation expertise. For more details on the HPTFRB, including terms of office, see Historic Preservation Trust Fund Review Board.

Members

  • Gary DeBiasse — Preservation Architecture
  • Martin Kane — Morris County Heritage Commission
  • Ed Engelbart — At-Large
  • Jill Gotthelf — Region III
  • Ann Granbery — Historic Landscape Specialist
  • Bethany Russo — Architectural History
  • Amy Curry — Region II
  • John Solu — Building Restoration
  • Edward Hanington — Region I
  • Lawrence Fast — At-Large
  • Martha Wells – Region IV

Liaisons

  • Stephen Shaw
  • Thomas J. Mastrangelo (alternate)

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