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The Downtown Dayton Historic District in Dayton, Montgomery

The Downtown Dayton Historic District in Dayton, Montgomery County will be considered by the Ohio Historic Site Preservation Advisory Board for nomination to the National Register of Historic Places. The National Register was created by Congress in 1966 by the National Historic Preservation Act (P.L. 89-665) to identify prehistoric and historic properties of local, state, or national significance worthy of preservation. The district is roughly bound by I75, St. Clair St., Patterson Blvd., Monument Ave. and Sixth St. /Norfolk Southern Railroad line. Listing in the National Register provides the following benefits: Consideration in planning for federally assisted projects. The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation must be given an opportunity to comment on projects affecting such properties. Eligibility for federal tax benefits. Public Law 115-97 contains provisions intended to encourage the preservation of depreciable historic structures by allowing favorable tax treatments for rehabilitation. Qualification for federal grants-in-aid whenever funds are appropriated by Congress. None are currently available. Owners of private property nominated to the National Register are given an opportunity to concur or object to the nomination in accord with the National Historic Preservation Act Amendments of 1980 and federal regulation 36 CFR Part 60. Any owner or partial owner of private property who objects to listing must submit a notarized statement certifying that the party is the sole or partial owner of the property and is objecting. Address letters to Burt Logan, State Historic Preservation Officer, 800 E. 17th Avenue, Columbus, OH 43211. Each owner or partial owner has one vote regardless of how many whole or partial properties that party owns. If a majority of the owners object to the listing of a nominated district, the district will not be listed. If a district cannot be listed, the State Historic Preservation Officer shall submit the nomination to the Keeper of the National Register for a determination of eligibility for inclusion in the National Register. If the property is determined eligible but not formally listed, the Advisory Council, must still be given an opportunity to comment on federal projects that may affect the district. A public hearing on the nomination will be held on February 14, 2019, at Dayton City Hall; City Commission Chamber, 101 W. Third St., Dayton at 2 p.m. A representative of the State Historic Preservation Office will be there to discuss the nomination and answer questions. Notarized objections and other comments must be submitted to the State Historic Preservation Officer at the address above by the Board meeting on March 22, 2019. A copy of the nomination, the criteria used for evaluation and more information on the federal tax benefits are available at the State Historic Preservation Office. 2-4/2019
February 4, 2019
March 5, 2019
February 17, 2019 5:11pm