Historic Preservation Advisory Committee: HPAC


HPAC graphicHPAC serves in an advisory capacity to the Arizona State Parks Board and:

  1. assists the State Historic Preservation Officer in guiding the historic preservation component of the Arizona Heritage Fund;
  2. assists in the development of the Historic Preservation Plan and annual Action Plans;
  3. reviews and comments on staff recommendations to the Parks Board on Arizona Heritage Fund Historic Preservation grant applications, grant policies, and funding priorities; and
  4. performs other duties as requested by the Parks Board and the State Historic Preservation Officer.

2011 Meeting Dates

Meeting dates subject to change with minimum 24 hours notice.

  • June 2, 2011
  • October 6, 2011

Download Agendas & Minutes

Download statement of locations where all notices of meetings will be posted (57 KB PDF)

2011 HPAC Agendas & Minutes
Agenda Minutes
Agenda 06/02/11
(104 KB PDF)
Agenda 10/06/11
(266 KB PDF)

* = Amended Agenda

Archive of previous years' agendas and minutes (Archive)

HPAC Members

HPAC Membership: Seven members appointed to three-year terms by the Parks Board. One must be a member of a non-profit preservation organization, two must be preservation professionals, one must be a representative of a local government preservation program, and three must be citizens-at-large who are active in or familiar with historic preservation. Residency requirements state that all must be residents of Arizona, and no more than three members may reside in the same county.

Chair: Winston L. Thorne, Jr. (term expires 12/31/11)
Bonnie Bariola (term expires 12/31/12)
Tami Ryall (term expires 12/31/14)
Victor Linoff (term expires 12/31/14)
Pat Stein (term expires 12/31/12)
Joe Nucci (term expires 12/31/11)
Douglas J. Thomsen (term expires 12/31/14)

Advisory Committee Coordinator: Doris Pulsifer (602) 542-7127


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