Scottsville Architectural Review Board

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The Scottsville Architectural Review Board is an appointed body tasked with protecting the character of the Scottsville Historic District by reviewing plans for new construction and alterations to structures within the historic district and entrance corridors. Changes that affect the outside appearance of a building in the historic district and in the entrance corridors require approval from the Architectural Review Board.

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