RANHDI Community Council

The RANHDI Community Council is a voluntary, unincorporated organization that is comprised of property owners within the proposed historic district, other community members from the district, and members of St. John’s-Grace Church who demonstrate interest and involvement in the Initiative.

Their role is to guide and monitor the public process of creating a nomination. Clinton Brown Company will support the Community Council as staff and will regularly report to and confer with the Community Council at each Council meeting.

CONTACT THE RANHDI COMMUNITY COUNCIL

Kenneth A. Rogers, Chair
RANHDI Community Council
ranhdi@gmail.com

CURRENT MEMBERS

  • Kenneth A. Rogers, Chair
  • Doug and Ellen Bean, Ashland Avenue
  • Anthony Caldiero, Richmond Neighborhood Community Association
  • Bonnie Cywinski, Lafayette Avenue
  • Philip Dougharty, Rector, St. John’s-Grace Church
  • Ann C. Dutton, St. John’s-Grace Church
  • Connie Gerbush, Realty Edge, Inc.
  • Gwen Howard, RA, Appointed by Mayor Byron Brown
  • Jennifer Hurley, West Ferry Street
  • Phil and Wendy Mistretta, Bidwell Parkway
  • Gina Paigen, Norwood Avenue
  • Arlan Peters, Buffalo Garden Walk
  • Patrick Ravines, Ashland Avenue
  • David Smith, Deacon, St. John’s-Grace Church
  • Chris Vogelsang, St. John’s-Grace Church

COMMUNITY COUNCIL ADVISORS

  • Alan Gerstman, City of Buffalo Legal Counsel

MORE INFORMATION

Community Council members should become knowledgeable about the process of establishing a National Register Historic District and its benefits. Their role is to guide and monitor the public process of creating a nomination. Clinton Brown Company will support the Community Council as staff and will regularly report to and confer with the Community Council at each Council meeting.

Members of the Council will be asked to participate in raising the resources of friends and funds to undertake the Initiative. They must listen to and respond to questions and concerns about the Initiative and/or ensure that the questions and concerns are addressed by experts.

Members of the Council serve as volunteers, with no direct pecuniary interest in Council work, and conduct Council activities in public session. The Council will elect its own officers who, like members, serve one-year terms. Terms for officers will be renewable twice.

JOIN THE COMMUNITY COUNCIL!

The RANHDI Community Council welcomes your participation, please email Ken Rogers, Chair at ranhdi@gmail.com.

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