Group Title: Historic St. Augustine: Bids
Title: Minutes of the Board Meeting of the Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board held at Government House, St. Augustine, Florida on Wednesday, September 21, 1988.
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Title: Minutes of the Board Meeting of the Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board held at Government House, St. Augustine, Florida on Wednesday, September 21, 1988.
Series Title: Historic St. Augustine: Bids
Physical Description: Research notes
Language: English
Publication Date: 1988
Physical Location:
Box: 8
Divider: DOS 8449-A, Govt. House 87-88
Folder: Bids
 Subjects
Subject: Saint Augustine (Fla.)
48 King Street (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Government House (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine -- 48 King Street
Coordinates: 29.892465 x -81.313142
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Bibliographic ID: UF00095505
Volume ID: VID00002
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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HISTORIC ST. AUGUSTINE PRESERVATION BOARD

Minutes of the Board Meeting of the Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board
held at Government House,St. Augustine, Florida on Wednesday, September 21, 1988.

TRUSTEES PRESENT:

Mr. Bill Daniell, Chairman
Mrs. David W. Foerster (Prospective Board Member)
Mr. W. Sperry Lee, (Prospective Board Member)
Mrs. Arthur W. Milam (Prospective Board Member)
Mrs. Jeanne Ray, Vice-Chairman
Mr..Thomas Sliney
Mr. John Sundeman, Secretary/Treasurer

STAFF PRESENT:

Mr. Hector Miron, Acting Director
Mr. Jonathan D. Kaney, Jr., Legal Counsel
Ms. Jeanette Monroe, Accountant
Mr. Stanley Bond, Archaeologist
Mr. Bruce Piatek, Senior Museum Curator
Mr. David Scott, Director of Research and Construction
Ms. Marti Delgado, Administrative Secretary
Mrs. Betty Galipeau, Staff Assistant

VISITORS PRESENT:

Mr. Page Edwards, Director, St. Augustine Historical Society
Mrs. Jean Waterbury, President, St. Augustine Historical Society
Mr. Dave Saelens, St. Augustine Record
Mrs. Patricia Griffin
Ms. Carla Pizzuto
Mrs. Heidi Mosier

I. CALL TO ORDER

Chairman Daniell called the meeting to order at 4:05 p.m.

II. PRESENTATION OF NEW TRUSTEES OF THE BOARD

Chairman Daniell welcomed the three new prospective Board members.

III. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETING

Mr. Sundeman moved and Mrs. Ray seconded the following motion:
THAT the minutes of the August 4, 1988 meeting be approved.
Motion passed without objection.

IV. OLD BUSINESS

Mr. Sundeman informed the Board that he had received a letter from the
Office of the Governor regarding the Resolution and the letter sent
asking for an investigation. The letter stated that the issues would
have to be resolved by this Board if any action was to be taken on the matter




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Mr. Sliney asked if this was a collective opinion from the three agencies
contacted or would we be receiving an answer from each one separately.

Mr. Sundeman moved and Mr. Sliney seconded the following motion:
THAT Mr. Kaney determine if the response received was a collective response
and if so that he proceed to determine what actions, if any, the Board
should take in regard to the Times Union article of July 3, 1988.
Motion passed without objection.

1. Final ratification of the 1988/1989 Board budget.
Mr. Sliney moved and Mrs. Ray seconded the following motion:
THAT the 1988/1989 Board budget be approved for final ratification.
Motion passed without objection.

2. Final ratification of Revolving Fund Plan as originally approved by
the Board. (Attachment D)

Mr. Sundeman moved and Mrs. Ray seconded the following motion:
THAT the Revolving Fund Restoration Plan as it was originally edited and
approved by the Board at the meeting of May 25, 1988 be approved for
final ratification.
Motion passed without objection.

V. NEW BUSINESS

1. Determination that our Direct Support Organization, the San Agustin Antiguo
Foundation, Inc. is operating in a manner consistent with Board goals and in
the best interests of the State.

Mr. Sundeman moved and Mr. Sliney seconded the following motion:
THAT the San Agustin Antiguo Foundation, Inc. is operating in a manner
consistent with the Board goals and in the best interest of the State.
Motion passed without objection.

2. Approval by the Board for the Foundation to operate for the benefit
of the Board during the forthcoming year.

Mr. Sundeman moved and Mr. Sliney seconded the following motion:
THAT approval be given for the Foundation to operate for the benefit
of the Board during the forthcoming year.
Motion passed without objection.

3. Adoption of policy distinguishing the handling and differentiation i
between State funds and Foundation funds. Mr. Sundeman informed the Board
that he and Mr. Miron would be attending a seminar in Tallahassee and that
he felt this item should be postponed until the next meeting.

4. Ground-penetrating Radar. Mr. Bruce Piatek, Senior Museum Curator and
Mr. Stanley Bond, Archaeologist presented a report on Ground-penetrating
Radar which was utilized here recently. Mr. Piatek stated it was state
of the art technology and was the first time it had been tested here in
St. Augustine. The U.S. Soil Conservation Service of the Department of
Agriculture provided the service at tno cost to our agency. Two nationally
recognized scientists, Dr. Mary Collins of the University of Florida and
Mr. James Doolittle from the U.S. Soil Conservation Service came over to
demonstrate the equipment. The tests were conducted between Cathedral
Street and King on the South and in the Ribera Garden area on St. George
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VI. DIRECTOR'S REPORT

Mr. Miron made a brief report on the Flagler Auditorium. There are fire safety
violations that must be corrected. Also, an appropriation has been received
from the State for the East Wing of Government House.

Mr. David Scott, Research and Construction Director reported that staff along
with the Architect for the project, Herschel Shepard, have chosen a General
Contractor, Len Weeks. He will be the general contractor operating throughout
the job and two sub-contractors to do the electrical and mechanical work will
be hired. This was done through the state bid process.

Mr. Miron informed the Board that the state audit report had only one problem
and that was they require a formal written agreement between the Board and the
Foundation, in terms of how much money should be transferred between the two,
in order for the Board to carry out it's mandated program.

Mr. Sundeman said he would work with Mr. Kaney on the wording of that agreement.

VII. COMMENTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES

There were no comments by the Board members.

Mr. Daniell provided each member with a copy of the proposed advertisements
to be placed statewide and nationally for a new director.

Mr. Sundeman moved and Mr. Sliney seconded the following motion:
THAT the advertisements be approved to be placed.
Motion passed without objection.

VIII. SECRETARY-TREASURER'S REPORT

1. Review of vouchers for June 1988 (Attachment B).

2. Financial Reports (Attachment C).

Mr. Sundeman asked if there were any questions pertaining to the vouchers or
financial reports. None were asked.

IX. ELECTION OF OFFICERS

1. Confirmation of Foundation Directors nominated at the Foundation meeting
of September 21, 1988.

Mr. Sundeman moved and Mrs. Ray seconded the following motion:
THAT the Board confirm the Foundation Directors, Mr. Ronald Janson and Mr.
Timothy Bradford, appointed by the San Agustin Antiguo Foundation, Inc.
to serve for a period of three years.
Motion passed without objection.

2. Election of Chairman, Vice-chairman and Secretary/Treasurer.
Mr. Sundeman moved and Mr. Sliney seconded the following motion:
THAT the election of officers be postponed until the November 30, 1988 meeting.
Motion passed without objection.




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X. NEXT MEETING

The next meeting of the Board will be held on November 30, 1988.

XI. ADJOURNMENT

The meeting adjourned at 4:50 p.m.





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ATTACHMENTS:
A. Agenda
B. Vouchers for June 1988
C. Financial Reports
D. Final Edited Version of Revolving Fund Plan




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