A Marietta City Council committee will discuss the city’s historic preservation ordinance Wednesday.
Mayor Steve “Thunder” Tumlin vetoed the new ordinance last Thursday because a public hearing was skipped in the legislative process. The council used the ordinance Jan. 13 to create the city’s first locally controlled historic district.
The city council’s judicial and legislative committee will talk about revising parts of the ordinance during a meeting on the fourth floor of city hall. The committee is the fourth to meet that day; the first meeting starts at 5:15 p.m.
When those committee meetings end, the full council will meet to vote on easements for a Streetscapes project.
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