By Sean P. Ray | Managing Editor
In June of 2020, just as the COVID-19 pandemic was still in its initial stages, the city’s Mexican War Streets Historic District saw a major expansion of its boundaries. It was the end result of years of municipal legal drama, but perhaps got overshadowed in the moment by the global outbreak.
However, for home and business owners in the historic district’s boundaries, understanding the expansion and what it means can be incredibly important. The designation comes with a set of guidelines for certain kinds of renovation work, and adds on an additional process for altering how a building looks in some cases.
Check out the April edition of The Northside Chronicle for the full story.