Upon the receipt of a completed Historic Landmark Nomination Form, HPC shall provide within fourteen days an initial report stating if the nominated property meets the criteria for designation.
Within thirty days of the completion of the initial findings, HPC shall schedule a public hearing on the nomination. Within sixty days from the close of the public hearing shall make a recommendation to the County Board. Within sixty days, the County Board shall either
- Designate the landmark.
- Take no action which automatically institutes landmark status.
- Seek further information from HPC within forty-five days for action by the County Board at its next regularly scheduled meeting.
Upon designation as a landmark, the owner of the property shall be notified as well as the Recorder of Deeds, the County Clerk, and HPC.