was unanimously approved at the Pennsylvania Historic Preservation Board Meeting in Harrisburg on February 5, 2013.
What does HPB stand for?
HPB stands for Historic Preservation Board (various locations)
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We have 65 other meanings of HPB in our Acronym Attic
- Heated Build Platform (printing)
- Heirloom Preservation Bag
- Helping Phriendly Book
- Henry Paul Band (1979-1983)
- Hepatic-Pancreatic-Biliary (oncology)
- High Performance Business
- High Ping Bait (gaming)
- High Ping Bastard (gaming)
- High Plains Biker
- High Pressure Blower (various companies)
- Hollywood Pictures Backlot (Disney's California Adventure)
- Hooper Bay, AK, USA (Airport Code)
- Hrvatska Poštanska Banka (Croatian Post Bank)
- Hull Power Box (A3 Bradley)
- Huskies Pep Band (Michigan Technological University)
- Hydraulic Press Brake (equipment)
- Hydraulic Pressure Booster
- Hamlin Park Baseball Association (Chicago, IL)
- Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association
- Highly Polar Bile Acid Metabolite
Samples in periodicals archive:
Residents can list their homes on the registry to ensure that no one can knock down or significantly alter the property without approval from the city's historic preservation board.
Let's start out by thanking those guardians of history, the Historic Design Review Board, the state Historic Preservation Board, Old Santa Fe Association and everyone else who hates the big electrical box on the Santa Fe Plaza.
Property owners in these districts must obtain certificates of appropriateness from the city Historic Preservation Board before making exterior changes.
A joint meeting was held with the WDA Design Committee and City Historic Preservation Board to discuss building materials.
Lorrie Muldowney, historic preservation specialist with Sarasota County's historic preservation board, joined Wenzel on his first walk-though.
Page 9-34: Design guidelines shall be prepared by the historic preservation board and/or design review board.
Next, all plans were reviewed by various historic preservation boards, including the City of Cape May Historic Preservation Commission, the New Jersey State Historic Preservation Office, and the National Park Service.