In reviewing a proposed site alteration, does the Heritage Preservation Commission make decisions based on its own aesthetic taste?
No. Any designation is required by state law to be accompanied by a specific set of design review standards that clearly indicate what types of changes are acceptable.

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1. Do I need a site alteration permit to make changes to the interior of my heritage preservation site?
2. Is there an application fee for the site alteration permit?
3. In reviewing a proposed site alteration, does the Heritage Preservation Commission make decisions based on its own aesthetic taste?