Thomasville Landmarks Director Brent Runyon says he's been selected to serve on the Georgia National Register Review Board.
The committee, which meets three to four times per year, is in charge of reviewing applications from across the state for buildings that wish to receive a 'historic' status.
Runyon says he's 'excited' to receive the appointment:
"As the only non-profit professional on the board, it's quite an honor that I get to work with some really great people from all around the state, and I'm basically representing southwest Georgia."
The National Register was established in 1966.
All buildings and sites specified on the list qualify for tax incentives to help care for the property.