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No. Any designation is required by state law to be accompanied by a specific set of design review standards that clearly indicate what types of changes are acceptable.
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No, a site alteration permit is only required for changes to the exterior of the building.
If it's an addition or new construction in the historic district, then yes, otherwise, no. However, you will still need to pay any fee that is required for a building permit or is related to other zoning requirements.