Decisions by the Missouri Advisory Council
Regarding recent nominations to the National Register of Historic Places
Kansas City Star Building, 1729 Grand Blvd., Kansas City, Jackson County (APPROVED)
The Moline Plow Company Building, (Railroad Related Commercial and Industrial Resources in Kansas City, MO MPDF), 1015 Mulberry St., Kansas City, Jackson County (APPROVED)
Appleton City Downtown Commercial District, 100-200 E. 4th St., 100-131 W. 4th St., & 201-306 N. Walnut St., Appleton City, St. Clair County (APPROVED)
Moberly Commercial Historic District Amendment and Boundary Increase, 106-316 N. (APPROVED)
Clark; 101-120 E. Coates; 101-549 W. Coates; 110-214 N. Fifth; 100-101 S. Fourth; 100 Hagood; 101-199 Johnson; 244 Moulton; 101-541 W. Reed; 101-514 W. Rollins; 100-101 N. Sturgeon; 105-213 N. Williams, Moberly, Randolph County
Columbia Oil Company Building, 3419 Papin St., St. Louis [Independent City] (APPROVED)
IBEW (International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers) Local 1, 5850 Elizabeth Ave., St. Louis [Independent City] (APPROVED)
St. Louis Globe Democrat Building, 900 N. Tucker Blvd., St. Louis [Independent City] (APPROVED)
Fields, John and Fannie, House, 227 McKenzie St., Bernard, Nodaway County (APPROVED)
Trinity Episcopal Church, 600 N Euclid Ave., St. Louis [Independent City] (APPROVED)
Once a nomination has been approved by the Missouri Advisory Council and any required changes made, it is submitted to the National Park Service's (NPS) National Register of Historic Places staff. Upon submission to the NPS, a decision on whether to list the property is made within 45 days. Overall, the process of listing a property from the time the SHPO receives the nomination to the time the NPS lists the property typically takes approximately 180 days provided that a complete and fully documented nomination form has been completed for the property.
For all other properties listed in the National Register of Historic Places in Missouri, please consult the lists arranged by counties.