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Historic Carver Village meeting to discuss conservation district, tax exemptions
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The City of Savannah and the Historic Carver Village Neighborhood Association will meet to discuss the establishment of a conservation district and property tax exemptions.

The meeting will be  Monday, Dec. 16 at 6 p.m. at the Carver Village Center, 905 Collat Ave.

"Representatives from the Metropolitan Planning Commission’s Historic Preservation Department will begin the meeting by discussing the establishment of a conservation district to prevent the demolition of historic structures and recombination of land within the neighborhood," a City spokesperson says.

"The National Park Service recently added the neighborhood to the National Register of Historic Places, and establishing a conservation district complements that designation."

Representatives from the Chatham County Board of Assessor’s Office will discuss homestead exemptions available to owner-occupied properties within the neighborhood during the second portion of the meeting.