The Conway Historic District Commission will meet at 6 p.m. on Tuesday in City Hall.

Commissioners will consider two proposals, both for new construction in the historic area, new homes at 2016 and 2020 Johnston St. and a new library for Central Baptist College.

Robert Hamilton and Kevin Boedeker are asking to build two 1,193 square feet single family residential homes, sharing the same plan and elevation, but being "mirror imaged."

The existing library is about 14,000 square feet and will be demolished and replaced with a two-story building totaling 20,000 square feet, designed by Architect Rik Sowell.

The front of the building will face the campus interior with the opposite side facing Center Street.

Steve Hurd is chairman of the commission; Velton Daves is vice chairman. George Covington represents the Downtown Partnership and Betty Pickett represents the Pine Street Community Development Corp.

(Becky Harris can be reached at and 505-1234.)