Historic Sites Board of Review
The Kansas Historic Sites Board of Review is a group of 11 professionals from various fields that meets quarterly to review and recommend nominations to the National Register of Historic Places and the Register of Historic Kansas Places, and award preservation planning and rehabilitation grants. As prescribed by the Kansas Historic Preservation Act of 1977 (K.S.A. 75-2719), the board is comprised of the following members: the governor or the governor's designee, the state historic preservation officer or such officer's designee, and nine members appointed by the governor for three-year terms. At least one member must be professionally qualified in each of the following disciplines: architecture, history, prehistoric archeology, historical archeology, and architectural history.
Jennie Chinn, State Historic Preservation Officer
J. Eric Engstrom, Wichita, governor's designee, chair
Sharron Hamilton, Salina
Timothy Hersh, Topeka
Kathryn Herzog, Wichita
John W. Hoopes, Lawrence
Joseph Johnson, Wichita
David H. Sachs, Manhattan
Gregory Schneider, Topeka, vice-chair
Toni Stewart, Topeka
The Kansas Historic Sites Board of Review meets quarterly in the Kansas Historical Society's museum classrooms, and the public is welcome to attend. The next meeting has been rescheduled to November 19. See this link for the nomination deadlines. The 2017 meeting dates are February 4, May 13, August 12, and November 18, all Saturdays. For additional information, please contact the Cultural Resources Division at 785-272-8681, ext. 240.
November 19, 2016 Meeting
Agenda & Nominations