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March 07, 2017
The Lower Dauphin Street Commercial Historic District in Mobile, Alabama will be considered for an update to a previous nomination to the National Register of Historic Places at the next meeting of the Alabama Historical Commission Review Board, on April 27th, 2017. The proposed Historic District is bounded on the north by St. Louis Street, on the east by Water Street, on the south by Conti Street, and on the west by N. Broad Street.
A copy of the nomination and of the map detailing the precise boundaries proposed is on file with the Mobile Historic Development Commission
Information on whether your property is located in the proposed district can be obtained by calling or emailing Collier Neeley at the Alabama Historical Commission (334.230.2696, firstname.lastname@example.org) or with the Mobile Historic Development Commission (251.208.7281)
Information about the National Register can be found at ahc.alabama.gov and www.nps.gov/nr.
Owners of private property nominated to the National Register may concur with or object to the nomination, in accord with 36 CFR 60. Any owner or partial owner who objects to listing should submit a notarized statement (certifying ownership and objection to listing) to the Alabama Historical Commission, Lisa D. Jones, ATTENTION: Collier Neeley, 468 South Perry St., Montgomery, AL 36130-0900, by May 1st, 2017. Each owner or partial owner has one vote, regardless of how many whole or partial properties in the district are owned by that party. If a majority of private property owners object to the nomination, it will not be listed; however, 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 copy of the nomination, the criteria used for evaluation, and more information on the results of listing are available from the Alabama Historical Commission. Comments on the nomination should be received by the Alabama Historical Commission before the April 27, 2017 State Review Board meeting.