Uananimous council vote approves proposed Historic Preservation & Planning District in Loveland

By Chuck Gibson 

LOVELAND, OH (March 10, 2021) – Members of the Loveland City Council voted 6-0 giving unanimous approval to an ordinance providing for establishment of a Historic Preservation & Planning District in Loveland. (Note: Councilman Rob Weisgerber recused himself from the vote due to the fact he resides within the historic district boundaries) 

A Loveland Historic home (Provided)

The vote took place during the Tuesday, March 9, scheduled city council meeting. There was a public hearing and second reading of the Historic Preservation & Planning District proposal before members of council voted in favor of the ordinance. The preservation and planning district will take in what is essentially  the downtown district corridor from the river to Second Street, and from behind Eads Fenxe Company to behind Nisbet Park and including up E.Loveland Avene to the entrance of the Nature Preserve.

You can read more in this March 3, Loveland Beacon story.

You can also review the 95 page proposal and map of the Historic Preservation & Planning District.

CLICK HERE to visiit City of Loveland online for more information.