Stoneleigh's Carol Allen reappointed to Landmarks Preservation Commission

Carol Allen, a resident of the Stoneleigh neighborhood in Towson, has been reappointed to the Baltimore County Landmarks Preservation Commission, Fifth District County Councilman David Marks announced Monday.

"Historic preservationists throughout Baltimore County treasure Carol Allen's commitment to our heritage, and I am happy to reappoint her to the Landmarks Preservation Commission," Marks said in a statement.

Allen, who served as a leader for Historic Towson Inc., a local historical group, for more than a decade, is in line to chair the Landmarks Preservation Commission in 2012.

Allen's term will run through 2015.

The 15-member Landmarks Preservation Commission was formed in 1976, and is charged with approving applications for inclusion on the County's Preliminary Landmarks List, and must approve work done to structures on the Preliminary or Final Landmarks List.

One member is appointed from each council district, with the remaining eight members appointed by the county executive.

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