Brewer Resigns As Director Of Restoration

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Title:
Brewer Resigns As Director Of Restoration
Series Title:
St. Augustine Historical Restoration and Preservation Commission Staff (Progress Photographs, Book No. 4)
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Newspaper
Creator:
Tebault, A. H.
Publisher:
The St. Augustine Record
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Box: 1NW22
Folder: STAFF

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November 20, 1970

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University of Florida
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USACH00529:00025


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i) LXX. No, 53 Friday Afternoon, Nom cr 20, 1970
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Brewer Resigns




As Director



Of Restora tio n

By A. H. TEBAULT
Editor
Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board Director Bradley G. Brewer members of the state board with his resignation Thursday afternoon.
(Ciairman Lawrence Ilewis Jr. in behalf of the board stated that the
him . "speechless.
In his resignation letter Brewor satitd that he was resigning
in "order to accept another po- Brewer told a representative sition'" and h requested to be of the Record that he was not lieoi, of his du1tlies by Dec. in a position to release his plans 31 at the present time, but that he Investigation into a security .rower has Ibeen director of would make a statement con- system resulted when the legthe restorion and preservation cerning his new position later. islature passed a bill which reeffort since April of 1968. He National Shrine strains state Cbmmissions and had previously served two years A representative of the Greek boards from buying insurance as assistant director under Orthodox Church told members on state owned buildings ant former director Earle Newton of the commission of pending r Budget who now heads the Pensacola plans to construct a national Brewer advised the board that endeavor, shrine on the Salazar property approval of a transfer in funds behind the existing structure on will now enable all exhibit and St. George St. The Historic St. craft buildings to operate. 364 Augustine Board was told that days a year. It is believed that this location The director also presented a was the actual site of one of the corrected 1971-72 budget which first Greek Orthodox services calls for $405,775 in operating held in this country. The build- expenditures and $369,350 for ing had been loaned to a group capital outlay. of Greek Orthodox colonists in Buildings Tour 1767 for the purpose of holding The April meeting of the board religious services, has been tentatively set as a Security System walking tour for directors to fa/ A proposal to install auto- miliarize themselves with all matic fire and burglary sys- exhibit buildings and staff op. teams in six additional buildings erations. Chairman Lewis aug. I1 owned by the board Was tabled gested the action in order to for further study. Director comply with a request from Brewer advised the board that Secretary of State Tom Adams it would cost an estimated who had asked board members $9,325 to install the security sys. to become keenly aware of all In it fh, ItiMl(dIfgsr board projects and staff func.. .iiW e wtions.
The next meeting of the HisBradley G. Brewer toric St. Augustine Board his been set for January 28, 1971.