The city's Design Review Board oversees rehabilitation, construction and renovation work in the Boneyfiddle district and the Downtown Improvement Area, specifically Gay Street west to the Scioto River and 11th Street south to the Ohio River.
According to a release from Jennifer Hanlon and Shelley Lewis, of the Community Development Department, Carl Daehler, Kirk Dongess, Matt Schackart and Jack Vetter are serving on that board.
Leading the training is Frank Quinn, program manager with Heritage Ohio.
Quinn graduated from Eastern Michigan University with a master's degree in historic preservation planning.
In the past, Quinn has been Heritage Ohio's director of historic preservation and was the community preservation specialist with Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana.
Quinn was Main Street manager in Marshall, Mich., and completed the Building Preservation Technology program at Belmont Technical College in St. Clairsville.
Monday's session will focus on implementing the city's Historic District Design Guidelines.
Hanlon and Lewis said the training is free and open to anyone interested in improving and maintaining property in the downtown and Historic Boneyfiddle areas.
FRANK LEWIS can be reached at (740) 353-3101, ext. 232.