Title: St. Augustine Historic District Strategic Plan Steering Committee agenda
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Title: St. Augustine Historic District Strategic Plan Steering Committee agenda
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Creator: Facilities Planning and Construction, University of Florida
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Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: August 27, 2008
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St. Augustine Historic District Strategic Plan Steering Committee
Agenda: August 27, 2008
1:30 PM 3:30 PM
Flagler College: Virginia Room, 2nd Floor, Ringhaver Student Center, St. Augustine

(For directions and parking information, see Exhibit A)



I. Welcome and Introductions- Vice President Poppell


II. Visioning for Historic St. Augustine Linda Dixon
a. Discuss Draft Visioning Summary Consensus Statements (Exhibit B)
b. Discuss Draft Visioning Process Findings and Next Steps


III. Strategic Plan Consultant Introduction Vice President Poppell
a. Project Initiation Stephen Tocknell, RS&H, Inc.
i. Distribute schedule and scope of work
ii. Steering Committee Discussion


IV. Next Steps- Linda Dixon
a. Set Next Meeting (late September or early October)
b. Determine Agenda Items (Consultant Presentation, 450th Anniversary status
report, Destination Master Plan status report, Other)


V. Other Business Linda Dixon
a. Information: City of St. Augustine "Official Handbook for Sightseeing Tour Guides
and Drivers for Hire" as requested by Steering Committee


VI. Closing Comments and Adjourn Vice President Poppell







Exhibit A: Meeting Location
The Ringhaver Student Center is Location #14 on the map below. Flagler College will reserve
parking for the UF Steering Committee members in the Markland parking lot located on the
map between buildings #3 and #21.


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Exhibit B: Visioning Summary Consensus Statements

The following Consensus Statements were distributed to Steering Committee members via
email. Responses were compiled by Linda Dixon for discussion and reconciliation.

Steering Committee members were asked to indicate whether the statement is "acceptable",
acceptable with "minor reservations", acceptable with "major reservations", or "not acceptable". The
responses reported below summarize the results from all ten Steering Committee members.


1. The University of Florida can be a key financial partner by facilitating a combined lobbying effort;
leveraging state, local and federal resources; and assisting in grant writing and donor support.
4 "10" Acceptable 3 Minor Reservations 2 Major Reservations 1 Not Acceptable


2. A UF Direct Support Organization (DSO) can be an umbrella organization for multiple historic
resource entities.
4 "8" Acceptable 3 "2" Minor Reservations 2 Major Reservations 1 Not Acceptable


3. The University of Florida should continue to collaborate with Flagler College, the City, NPS, and
other partners to deliver multidisciplinary education for varied audiences and to conduct research
that supports authentic interpretation of historic resources.
4 "10" Acceptable 3 Minor Reservations 2 Major Reservations 1 Not Acceptable


4. The historic area should be cohesive and easily navigated providing heritage tourists with a holistic
experience that flows from an orientation point (such as a Visitor Center), and is anchored by
signature facilities along St. George Street with adequate parking and comfortable pedestrian
access.
4 "10" Acceptable 3 Minor Reservations 2 Major Reservations 1 Not Acceptable


5. The historic area should be managed under a united organizational framework in a spirit of
partnership and cooperation with appropriate University roles and local support.
4 "7" Acceptable 3 "2" Minor Reservations 2 "1" Major Reservations 1 Not Acceptable


6. All activities and investments undertaken by the University of Florida should be for the purpose of
historic resource stewardship.
4 "6" Acceptable 3 "3" Minor Reservations 2 "1" Major Reservations 1 Not Acceptable




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