About the Landmark Commission
The Randolph County Historic Landmark Preservation Commission is constituted under North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 160a, Article 19, Part 3C. The Commission acts as the landmark commission for the unincorporated areas of Randolph County as well as for municipalities under interlocal agreements.
The commission consists of nine members and one alternate member. Members include the county library director, who acts as administrator of the commission; one member appointed from each of the five county commissioner districts; three at-large members; and one at-large alternate member.
The purposes of the commission are to safeguard the heritage of the county and participating municipalities by preserving any historic landmarks therein that embody important elements of its cultural, social, economic, political, archaeological or architectural history; to promote the use and conservation of landmarks for the education, pleasure, and enrichment of Randolph County and the State of North Carolina; to provide for designation of properties as landmarks on the basis of individual merit and special historical significance and integrity, pursuant to N.C. General Statutes 160A, Sections 400.5 and 400.6 (the designation of a landmark shall be effective through the adoption of an ordinance by the Randolph County Board of Commissioners or the governing board of the participating municipality); to adopt principles and guidelines for new construction, alterations, additions, and moving and demolition of designated historic landmarks; and to provide for the designation of Local Cultural Heritage Sites and Objects as provided in the Landmark Commission ordinance.
|County Library Director||Ross Holt|
|Commissioner District 1 Appointee||Don Simmons|
|Commissioner District 2 Appointee||Dan Warren|
|Commissioner District 3 Appointee||Warren Dixon, Vice Chair|
|Commissioner District 4 Appointee||Hal Pugh|
|Commissioner District 5 Appointee||Lynne Qualls|
|At Large Member||Chip Womick|
|At Large Member||L. McKay Whatley, Jr., Chair|
|At Large Member||Bill Ivey|
|Alternate Member||Robyn Hankins|