|The Historic Preservation Commission was established for the purpose of conserving, protecting and perpetuating historic landmarks and districts in the Town of Huntington. Their powers and duties are as follows:
1. Recommend to the Town Board the designation of particular places, sites, structures and buildings as historic landmarks and the designation of areas as historic districts.
2. Study all propositions for landmark or historic district status, whether initiated by the Commission or by outside applicants, and issue written reports and advisory recommendations concerning the proposals.
3. Study all applications for the certificates of approval required under § 198-41 of the Town Code and issue written reports and recommendations.
4. Review and issue written reports on all municipal proposals relative to uses or structures affecting a designated landmark or historic district.
5. Make studies and inquiries in federal and state grants and tax incentive programs relative to the preservation or rehabilitation of designated historic landmarks and districts.
6. Increase public awareness of the value of historic, architectural and cultural preservation by developing and participating in public information programs.