Historic Preservation Incentives Ordinance is Updated
On March 27, 2017, the Borough Council adopted changes to Mountain Lakes’ innovative historic preservation incentives ordinance to make it even more attractive for owners of historic homes to preserve and invest in maintaining their homes. To view the details, visit 2017 Changes to Mountain Lakes Historic Preservation Incentives Ordinance.
About the Committee
The Mountain Lakes Historic Preservation Committee strives to safeguard the buildings and public spaces that make Mountain Lakes a unique community and educates residents by collecting and preserving artifacts and stories that help tell the town’s history. The HPC is a Borough committee established by ordinance and charged with assisting the Borough Council with historic preservation aspects of the Borough’s Master Plan and advising the Planning Board and Zoning Board of Adjustment on applications for development.
|Alex Gotthelf (Chair)||12/31/24|
|Allison Nacim (Secretary)||12/31/23|
|Andrew Scott (Treasurer)||12/31/23|
|Tom Dagger (Alternate #1)||12/31/22|
|Ranjan Bose (Alternate #2)||12/31/22|
|Cynthia Korman (Council Liaison)|
|Gillian Strauss (Student Member)|
|Frances LaMuraglia (Student Member)|
|Justin Savage (At-Large Member)|
Contact the HPC at firstname.lastname@example.org.