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RICHARD (DICK) STONE ROBERT WILLIAMS, DIRECTOR
SECRETARY OP STATE DIVISION Or ARCHIVES, HISTORY, AND
June 11, 1973
DIVISION OF STATE PLANNING.
Mr. Edward E. Maroney, Acting Chief interOrerfmtin':'"ns
Bureau of Intergovernmental Affairs JUN 11 1973
Department of Administration
725 South Bronough RECEiVED
Tallahassee, Florida 32304 sAINo3-'L:"-
Dear Mr. Maroney:
The enclosed material represents various segments of
the comprehensive historic preservation plan this agency
prepares in fulfilling its statutory obligations and in
order to be eligible for continued federal funding under
the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966. The
enclosed material represents advanced drafts of the plan
which is also currently being reviewed by the Florida
Review Committee for the National Register of Historic
Places in accordance with the current requirements out-
lined in "Historic Preservation Grant-In-Aid Policies
and Procedures", United States Department of the Interior,
National Park Service, Office of Archeology and Historic
Preservation. As outlined in "Policies and Procedures"
and in accordance with OMB Circular A-95, you are
requested to review this materials We are requesting you
undertake your review in draft -f6rm prior to its pub-
Please note that the apportionment warrant (Form
WASO-169) lists those prejets which a_ QJ ih nder
the funding _critra established by the Department of
the Interior. The total dollar value of those projects
is used in computing what proportion of the congressional
appropriation for the program Florida will receive in
the upcoming fiscal year. Once Florida is informed of
that amount, the Clearinghouse will be requested to
comment on individual preservation projects prior to
federal funds being obligated.
Mr. E. E. Maroney
June 11, 1973
\ We would appreciate you expediting the review of
this material so we may make our publication deadline.
If you have need of additional information, please
call me or one of my staff members, Randy F. Nimnicht,
SUBMISSION DATE: JUNE 30,.197
FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR: 1 Q74
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A. LOCATION OWNERSHIP COSTS
PROJECT NUMBER PROJECT DESIGNATION AND DESCRIPTION OF WORK PRIOR. CONG. DATE ENTI. 2) AMOUNT .3. A__OUT (4) _1__-
NO. LUMBER StSETY. COMMUNIIW, COUNW DIST. SOt1 LOCAL PRIVATE IN NATL. REG. If) SOUICEis) OF STAT IUNDS| 0r IITAT I OF flS. 1S".a
Survey and Planning
Bit. 1903; wood frame const.
Intended use: Exhibition center
Work required: Acquisition and.
relocation of building and
brick floor; restoration
Raney (David G.) House
Bit. c. 1840; Greek revival
Intended use: Residential
or municipal offices.
Work required: Acquisition,
exterior and interior
Blt. 1800-1810 c; coquina dwellii
Intended use: Residence. Restore(
for adaptive use, the Yaneda Hou!
will preserve one of the relative
few colonial buildings remaining
in St. Augustine and will add
greatly to the visual character
of the restored area
Work required: Interior and
East Martello Tower (Phase I)
Blt. 1862; masonry fortifi-
79 E. Granada Ave.
Ave. F and Market
57 Treasury St.
St. Johns County
S. Roosevelt Blvd.
City of Ormond
City of Apalachico-
la, public sub-
Value of donated
Monroe Co. Histori-
cal Commission, Key
West Art & Histori-
CERTIFIED CORRECT: DATEs THIS PAGE
* STATE LIAISON OFFICER
FOR P. L. 89-665 FORWARD
GRANTS-IN-AID APPORTIONMENT WARRANT