Who is the Historic Preservation Officer (HPO)?

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Who is the Historic Preservation Officer (HPO)?

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The Historic Preservation Officer is an employee of the City of Fort Worth appointed to work specifically with the HCLC and owners of historic property. The HPO can provide technical assistance to property owners such as assistance in finding qualified craftsman, resources for researching the history of your home, answer questions about tax incentives for historic properties, assist you in putting together an application for a designation or certificate of appropriateness, and making design choices to fit your home’s structure. The HPO also makes professional recommendations to the HCLC and City departments relative to historic preservation. What is a certificate of appropriateness? A certificate of appropriateness, also called a COA, is an approval from the HCLC to obtain a building or other type of city permit to do construction, demolition, or other modifications to the exterior a designated property. A COA is not needed for painting, planting landscape, ordinary maintenance or for

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