Group Title: Historic St. Augustine: Introduction to Block & Lot File
Title: Copies of block and lot map [enlarged and notated]
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 Material Information
Title: Copies of block and lot map enlarged and notated
Series Title: Historic St. Augustine: Introduction to Block & Lot File
Physical Description: Map
Language: English
 Subjects
Subject: Saint Augustine (Fla.)
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00090497
Volume ID: VID00006
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution.

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Period (1763-1783). Included on this overlay shall be the intersections of any other
roads or trails of the period; the boundaries of any land grants in the vicinity of Old
King's Road with acreage and grantee's name; and the location of any documented
improvements associated with operating plantations, homesteads, dwellings, camps,
commercial structures or other such improvements of the period.

b. A separate overlay that identifies any subsequent phases of improvements and
extensions made to the thoroughfare during the Second Spanish Colonial Period
(1783-1821). Included on this overlay shall be the intersections of any other roads
or trails of the period; the boundaries of any land grants in the vicinity of the Old
King's Road with acreage and grantee's name; and the location of any documented
improvements associated with operating plantations, homesteads, dwellings, camps,
commercial structures or other such improvements of the period.

c. A separate overlay that identifies any subsequent phases of improvements and
extensions made to the thoroughfare during the U.S. Territorial Period (1821-1845)
including improvements funded by the U.S. Congress and made during the period
1827-32. Included on this overlay shall be the intersections of any other roads or
trails of the period; the boundaries of any land grants in the vicinity of the Old King's
Road with acreage and grantee's name; and the location of any documented
improvements associated with operating plantations, homesteads, dwellings, camps,
commercial structures or other such improvements of the period.

d. A separate overlay that identifies any subsequent changes made to the thoroughfare
after the U.S. Territorial Period. Included on this overlay shall be any significant
changes to the built environment that affected the immediate vicinity of the Old King's
Road including changes or interruptions in alignment including construction of
railways, roadways, industrial and commercial improvements and residential
subdivisions with the date of construction and name of each clearly identified on said
overlay.

2. Conduct a field survey to verify the presence of any physical remains of the Old King's
Road and methods used in its construction. Any such remains shall be documented and
described in the Final Survey Report. Also recommendations for further archaeological work
and protective measures shall be provided in said report. Locations where the Old King's
Road crosses existing thoroughfares shall be marked in the field.

3. Complete Florida Site File forms, Survey Log Sheets and other information required by
the Department, as needed.

4. Provide a written narrative with footnotes and bibliography to describe the history of the
Old King's Road including copies of any primary source documents relating to its
construction, use and abandonment.









5. Produce six (6) copies of the Final Survey Report and provide said report on computer
disk in Word Perfect 6.1 format.

6. Provide reproducible facsimiles of all historical maps that show the Old King's Road in
what is now Volusia County.

7. Identify the current legal ownership status of any property associated with the Old King's
Road including right-of-way information, easements and development agreements.

8. Prepare recommendations for historic interpretive stations and appropriate locations for
such along the identified alignment Old King's Road, and prepare explanatory text to
accompany the proposed interpretive stations.

9. Prepare recommendations for historical text relating to the history of New Smyrna Beach
for a series of five (5) historical markers.

II. ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE CONSULTANT:

1. The services rendered by the Consultant shall commence upon the execution of this
Agreement by both parties. The Consultant shall deliver all final materials to the City on or
before June 15, 1997. A draft of the Survey Report will be delivered to the City by April 30,
1997.

2. The Consultant agrees that no work shall be undertaken or commenced prior to the
execution date of the Agreement.

3. The Consultant shall submit copies of all proposed changes to the project work for review
and approval by the City and the Department. Changes shall not be effective until a formal
amendment to the grant award agreement is submitted in writing and is fully executed by the
City and the Department.

4. The Consultant shall comply with Title IV of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Public Law 88-
352) and Title VI of the Act (42 USC 2000 D) in that: No person in the United States shall
on the grounds of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, age, political affiliation, or beliefs
be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity which the Consultant has agreed
to undertake by and through the covenants and provisions set forth in this Agreement.

5. The Consultant shall meet the qualifications set forth in Attachment A to the Grant Award
Agreement, attached hereto as Exhibit 2, between the City and the Department and shall have
been successfully engaged in this particular type of work or business for a reasonable length
of time.









6. The Consultant shall designate a representative to keep the City informed of all aspects
of the project work.

7. The Consultant agrees to consultation between himself and the appropriate City staff as
necessary to insure mutual understanding of an agreement on the objectives, requirements,
and limitations of the project in relation to the state and federal historic preservation
programs.

8. The Consultant agrees to make two (2) public presentations before the Historic New
Smyrna Beach Preservation Commission, and two (2) public presentations before the New
Smyrna Beach City Commission, and one (1) public presentation before the Volusia County
Historic Preservation Board. The dates and times of these meetings will be established by the
City.

9. The Consultant shall have all records and project work accessible for inspection and
review by the City at such time as is mutually agreeable to all parties.

10. It is understood and agreed that all documents, including reports, surveys and other data
prepared or obtained by the Consultant in connection with its services hereunder shall be
delivered to, and become the property of, the City prior to final payment to the Consultant.

11. The Consultant shall keep and maintain financial, invoice and employment records
pertaining to the contractual obligation between the City and the Consultant for pre-audit and
post-audit purposes for a period of three years following the completion of all project work,
or until all claims and audit findings involving the records have been received, whichever is
later. The City or any of its duly authorized representatives shall have access to any books,
documents, papers and records of the Consultant which are directly pertinent to that specific
agreement, for the purpose of making audit, examination, excerpts and transcription.

12. The City shall not be liable for any loss, injury, death or damage to persons or property
which at any time may be suffered or sustained by any person whatsoever arising from the
negligent performance by Consultant and its employees or agents of its obligations under the
provisions of this agreement. The Consultant agrees to indemnify, hold harmless and defend
the City and the State of Florida of, from and against all liability and expense, including
reasonable attorney's fees, in connection with any and all claims whatsoever for personal
injuries, death or property damage including loss of use, caused by the negligent or deliberate
act or omission of the Consultant, its agents, officers, contractors or employees, or anyone
else for whose acts the Consultant may be liable. This includes claims made by the employees
of the Consultant against the City or the State of Florida and Consultant hereby waives its
entitlement, if any, to immunity under Section 440.11, Florida Statutes.




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