Group Title: Historic St. Augustine: Block 15, Lot 7 Joaneda House
Title: Development Projects
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Title: Development Projects
Series Title: Historic St. Augustine: Block 15, Lot 7 Joaneda House
Physical Description: Report
Language: English
Copyright Date: Public Domain
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Box: 6
Divider: B15 L7 Joaneda - Architecture, History, Archaeology
Folder: B15 L7 Joaneda House
Subject: Saint Augustine (Fla.)
57 Treasury Street (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Joaneda House (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine -- 57 Treasury Street
Coordinates: 29.893459 x -81.313492
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Bibliographic ID: UF00094800
Volume ID: VID00010
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: B15-L7

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An historic property may be developed with grant assistance
if the development is in conformance with the State Historic
Preservation Plan.

A development project is for the public benefit. A
property developed with grant assistance therefore shall be main-
tained and administered so that its historical integrity is
preserved and so that the public may appreciate it.

Development projects shall be accomplished in accordance
with recognized professional preservation standards evidenced
in plans, specifications, shop drawings, or other materials
submitted to the Division of Archives, History and Records
Management and/or in accordance with recommendations resulting
from on-site inspections.

Allowable Costs

1. Historical, architectural, and archaeological research
necessary for successful project accomplishment.

2. gCosts of relocation assistance.

3. Signs acknowledging grant assistance at project sites
(see Acknowledging Grant Assistance /p. 22J.

4. 'Development costs incurred by contract or force account
as follows:

a. Costs of exterior restoration, structural work, and
necessary improvements in wiring, plumbing, and
other utilities;

b. Costs of interior restoration if the public is to
have access to the interior in accordance with
public benefit policies (see Public Benefit,
item b p. 20_/.

5. Moving or reconstruction costs if the project meets
applicable criteria for moving or reconstructing historic
resources (see Treatment of Historic Properties, /p.1 _/

6. Costs of plans and specifications, shop drawings, and/or
other materials documenting project work as required for
project approval.

7. Protection Costs (burglar and fire alarm systems, etc.).


8. Donated equipment and material Zsee p.18 7.

9. Donated services {see p.17__ '

10. Donated real property Lsee p.16_7

11. Costs of installing (but not purchasing or maintaining) a
minimum number of interpretive plaques or signs at
historic and archaeological sites (but not structures).

12. Furnishings, when such furnishings are original pieces of
furniture or permanently attached items that are integral
to building construction or documented historic design.

13. Costs of landscaping as follows:

a. restoration of gradens, grounds, grading, etc.,
to historical appearance;

b. grading for purposes of drainage, building safety,
and protection;

c. limited screening of intrusions where absolutely
necessary; plantings must be indigenous to the
area and characteristic of the historic period,
and planting_plans and a statement of justification
must be provided to the National ParkSe-rvice.

14. Costs incurred by the grantee in acquiring the historic
property for which development assistance is being
requested, provided that the acquisition has taken
place or will take place in the current fiscal year, and
provided that such costs are allowable acquisition costs.

Unallowable Costs

1. Interpretive expenses, such as staff salaries or
interpretive devices with the exception of installa-
tion costs for such devices in accordance with item 11

2. New construction, with the exception of measures
essential to protection of an historic property from
irreparable deterioration.

3. Improvements not essential to preservation of an
historic resource.

4. Costs of landscaping as follows:

a. paving and construction of non-original roads,
drives, parking lots, walks, etc. A possible



exception would be where minimal walks are
essential to public circulation;

b. contemporary planting arrangements and gardens;

c. non-original lawn furniture;

d. non-original fences, gates, etc., except
where essential for security;

e. non-original fountain and irrigation systems.

Deed Restrictions (Covenants)

When grant funds are awarded for a development project
to a private organization or individual, the grantee shall
include in the deed, a covenant_provided for the public benefit
(see Public Benefit Covenants /p.21_/), and a covenant pro-
viding for the maintenance and administration of the property
(see Maintenance and Administration Covenants 1p. 19/ as required.

A copy of the deed showing the covenants shall be submitted
to the Division of Archives, History and Records Management.

Project Conditions

When plans and specifications, working drawings, photo-
graphs, certification of appraisals, or other documentary
materials are required by the Division of Archives, History
and Records Management as conditions of funding approval, they
must be submitted for approval prior to the beginning of
project work and the release of Federal funds, with the following
exception: funds may be released, upon the grantee's request,
to enable accomplishment of work required to satisfy project
conditions, provided that the work is included as an allowable
cost in the project agreement.


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