City Council appoints Rudy Wengorovius to Historical Commission
The Farmington City Council appointed resident Rudolph (Rudy) Wengorovius to serve on the Farmington Historical Commission at its March 15 regular council meeting.
A Farmington resident for 27 years, Wengorovius says he is proud to be part of the community and would like to contribute by serving on the Historical Commission. “I have a good understating of building construction and property renovation,” he explained. “I have personally improved two properties in the Historic District.”
The Historical Commission was established by the City of Farmington in 1973 to safeguard the heritage of the City by preserving the cultural, social, economic, political and architectural elements having historic significance; stabilize and improve property values in such districts; foster and promote civic beautification with emphasis on historical significance; promote the use of local history for education, pleasure and the welfare of the citizens of the City; and encourage the collection of records and objects which interpret the history of Farmington, and cooperate in the establishment and operation of a museum or other appropriate center for custody and display of such items. The Historical Commission meets on a monthly basis.
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