HOMANN HOUSE NOMINATED FOR LACEY REGISTER OF HISTORIC PROPERTIES
LACEY, WA, May 23, 2011: The City of Lacey Historical Commission will consider the nomination of the Homann House at its regular monthly meeting held in the Council Chambers at City Hall (420 College Street SE) on Monday, June 6, 2011, at 6:00 p.m. The public is encouraged to attend the Commission meeting and comment on the Homann House nomination.
The Homann House is located at 1012 Homann Drive SE and was nominated for the register by current property owner, South Sound Parent to Parent. Al and Anna Homann built the home in 1940; Al Homann would later become the City of Lacey’s first Mayor.
Listing a home on the Lacey Register of Historic Properties is completely voluntary. The Homann House is being considered because it has local significance and meets the criteria for being associated with events that have made a significant contribution to the broad patterns of national, state or local history; it embodies the distinctive architectural characteristics of a type, period, style or method of construction, or represents a significant and distinguishable entity whose components may lack distinction; it exemplifies or reflects special elements of the City’s cultural, special, economic, political, aesthetic, engineering or architectural history; and it is associated with the lives of persons significant in national, state or local history for listing on the Lacey Register of Historic Properties.
For more information, please call Museum Curator Amber Raney at (360) 438-0209.
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- Lori Flemm, Director Parks & Recreation, (360) 491-0857, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Amber Raney, Museum Curator, (360) 438-0209, email@example.com