Historic Preservation Commission Members

Building & Planning

Building & Planning

Historical Preservation Commission
                                                                [NOW RECRUITING]

Meets 2nd Tuesday of each month, 3:30 p.m in the Community Room, of the City/County Complex.

Ron Nemetz, AIA
Mr. Nemetz is a registered architect by profession with a strong background in historic preservation.  Ron has been involved in numerous historic preservation projects throughout the United States, including many revitalization and adaptive reuse projects in and around downtown Nashville, TN.  Ron has served on the Old Yellowstone Historic Advisory Board in Casper, WY, where he oversaw the renovation of several historic structures and is currently renovating the Judge Frank Henry Mansion, an 1890's Queen Anne style home here in Livingston for his personal residence. 


Jack Luther -January 2023
Mr. Luther is a retired U.S. West Telephone Company-employee.  He is a member of the Genealogical Society, past President of the Park County Historical Society, and is currently a Yellowstone Bus Historical Tour driver.


Bob Ebinger- January 2024
Mr. Ebinger has been involved in Historic Preservation issues since 1980 in Los Angeles where he helped establish a Historic District in his inner-city neighborhood.  He has restored his two historic residences in the intervening years.  He has written the biography of Emanuel Goughnour, an early Livingston lumber entrepreneur while developing Goughnour's former downtown property into high-end loft-style condominiums.  He is President of the Yellowstone Gateway Museum Administrative Board. 


Thomas Blurock - January 2023
Mr. Blurock joined the Historical Preservation Commission in February of 2020. He recently renovated a building in historic downtown Livingston. Thomas brings with him a Masters in Architecture and 50 years of experience in design and planning, having his own award-winning firm for 35 years. Early in his career, he was involved in a number of downtown revitalization projects in California and along the East Coast.  Thomas has developed a number of historic preservation master plans for two communities in New Hampshire, and Vermont.  He is interested in helping Livingston maintain the character we have all come to love.

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