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What is a Certificate of Appropriateness?
A Certificate of Appropriateness is a permit to allow the construction, demolition, or alteration of any property that is designated in a Historic Preservation District. A Certificate of Appropriateness helps ensure the preservation of the historic character and architectural integrity of these buildings and sites. The Villa Rica Historic Preservation Commission (VRHPC) makes a recommendation to the Community Development Director or his designee who is the Review Authority for the Certificate of Appropriateness. The Community Development Staff is available to answer any questions you may have about the requirements, fees, or procedures for a Certificate of Appropriateness. 
 
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