Thursday, January 06, 2011

Milton names Sisson to historic preservation board.

By Patrick Fox
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Ken Sisson has been appointed to the Milton Historic Preservation Commission to serve a three-year term.

The City Council voted unanimously Wednesday to approve Sisson, the president of construction at Rogers Electric and a 12-year Milton resident.

In nominating Sisson, Councilman Burt Hewitt said the appointee had a background in general construction, and his businesses had been involved in the adaptive reuse of historical properties.

The Historic Preservation Commission was created in 2009.


Anonymous said...

Wasn't Silva named to that position, what happened to that?

Anonymous said...

Each council member appoints someone. There are seven members, and they're almost there.

Anonymous said...

how did that nut silva squeeze onto that committee

Anonymous said...

I believe she was appointed by the Mayor.

Anonymous said...

There is an actual need for seven volunteer representatives for historic preservation?

Anonymous said...

yes its a full commission with representatives appointed by each city council member and mayor. probably a step in the right direction since the prior committee had 11 members and was supposed to have 14. why do you care anyway, what have you volunteered for?