Does the Historic District Commission review paint color?
No. Paint color reflects personal taste and does not change the integrity of a structure. The Historic District Commission reviews color only when it is integral to specific building materials (like roof shingles). The Commission can provide advice on period paint colors upon request.

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1. Do all changes require review?
2. Does the Historic District Commission review interior alterations?
3. Does the Historic District Commission review paint color?
4. Can I sandblast my building?
5. Can I replace the windows?
6. Can I make changes to exterior siding?
7. Can I save money when fixing up my building?