One of the most common nicknames for Haverhill is the "Queen Slipper City."It came from the early 20th century whe
City of Haverhill Historical Commission Mission The Haverhill Historic Commission was established January 8, 2003, with the following mission: • Be the voice on historic preservation for the city • Work cooperatively with public and private agencies to advance preservation • Advise on historic preservation matters, including recommendations to the Mayor, City Council, and the Massachusetts Historical Commission • Encourage and sponsor educational activities to broaden public awareness of the historical heritage of Haverhill • Encourage and monitor individual local historic districts and work cooperatively with them • Act as a clearing house for preservation information and maintain an inventory of the City’s historic assets Preservation Planning The primary responsibility of the HHC is community-wide historic preservation planning, which consists of three steps: A.
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Meetings All meetings are open to the public. Meetings are held the first Wednesday of each month unless otherwise noted. Agendas are posted 48 hours or more before each meeting. City Hall 4 Summer Street Room 301 Haverhill, MA 01830 We encourage all to attend. Upcoming 2012 Meeting Dates July 11, 2012 August 1, 2012 September 5, 2012 October 3, 2012 November 7, 2012 December 5, 2012 About Us Commission Members 2012 Chair: Carol Crowell Vice Chair: Celeste Hynick Secretary: Daniel Spurling Kathy Kimball Edgar Movsesian Marilyn Sandberg Intern: Audrey Burnim Quotes “I'm very proud of our record of preserving Haverhill's history. My goal in 2012 is to preserve and promote the shoe worker era in the city of Haverhill. – Haverhill Mayor James Fiorentini “I think it's very significant that we look back to the people who really helped establish the city to make it what it is today. The history of Haverhill goes back to a significant number of immigrants from various parts of Europe, and it's important we recognize those people. The monument or memorial should be ‘more than a granite block.’” – City Councilor William Ryan
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