Historical Commission

Historical Commission Purpose 

The role of the Middleborough Historical Commission is to preserve, protect and develop the historical and archeological assets of the Town of Middleborough. One of the Commission’s key responsibilities is administration of the Middleborough Structure Demolition By-law which seeks to protect and preserve historically significant structures, and to encourage owners of such structures to seek out persons who might be willing to purchase, preserve, rehabilitate, restore or remove such structures rather than demolish them. To achieve these objectives the Historical Commission is empowered to advise the Building Inspector with respect to the issuance of permits for demolition as defined by the by-law.

Link to Middleborough Structure Demolition Bylaw

Members

  • Michael Maddigan, Chair
  • Lauren Haugh, Vice Chair
  • Wally Glendye, Associate
  • Alexis Cope, Secretary
  • Leslie Corsini, Member
  • Dawn Craig, Member
  • Thomas Dexter, Member
  • Laurene Gerrior, Member
  • Larissa Hallgren, Member
  • VACANCY - Letters of Intent may be sent to the Town Manager

Meeting Information

  • Generally meets the third Monday of each month at 6  PM at the Green School, 251 East Main Street.  Please check the Town Calendar for changes to meeting dates and times.
  • Meetings are recorded and are available for viewing on MCCAM's streaming website and local PEG access channels on Comcast and Verizon.