Posted on Wednesday, July 31st, 2019 at 5:44 pm.

Chapin Commercial Historic District receives State approval

The Nomination of the Chapin Commercial Historic District received State approval on July 26, 2019 . It now faces only the final approval nod from the US Department of Interior to be added to the National Register of Historic Places. A total of 12 structures located in the heart of the downtown area, along Chapin Rd.,Columbia Ave.,Beaufort St.,Clark St. and Old Lexington Av. comprise the proposed District. A spokesperson for the South Carolina Department of Archives & History believes that the sign-off action by the Keeper of the National Register could likely occur in early October but probably no sooner. JJ Casey, Chairwoman and John Thomason, Vice Chair of the Chapin Historical Association.represented the Chapin Community at the State Board of Review hearing. They were accompanied by Chapin Mayor David Knight and Finance Director Laura Culler. Pat Lewandowski (formerly a Bostain), represented District building owners.
Friday’s action was a very fitting end to an effort that has been in progress for nearly 3 years. For more information contact, JJ Casey, Chairwoman, CHA JT John Thomason , Vice Chair , CHA
Chapin Commercial Historic District National Register of Historic Places Nomination 

ft. row..Pat B. Lewandowski; JT John Thomason, Vice Chair, Chapin Historical Association,(CHA) ; JJ Joyce M. Casey, President CHA;
Laura Culler, Finance, Chapin Town Hall; David Knight, Chapin Mayor.
Chapin Commercial Historic District National Register of Historic Places Nomination  . Front row..Pat B. Lewandowski; JT John Thomason, Vice Chair, Chapin Historical Association,(CHA) ; JJ Joyce M. Casey, President CHA; Second row: Laura Culler, Finance, Chapin Town Hall; David Knight, Chapin Mayor.