Thomas Gross joined the Planning Department’s Historic Preservation Section in March 2017. Tom served as a Summer Intern and a Graduate Assistant Intern in the section while obtaining both a Master’s degree in Historic Preservation and a Master’s degree in Community Planning from the University of Maryland, College Park. Tom has an undergraduate degree in Government from the College of William and Mary. Tom’s responsibilities include the survey and documentation of historic resources, the review of Historic Are Work Permits (HAWPs)
and Preservation Tax Credit applications
and development referrals affecting historic resources. Tom will also be working on the development of program guidelines and policies for an anticipated Non-Capital Grant Program, expected to be available by late 2017.