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ST. AUGUSTINE, Sept. 14 -stine Restoration Commission voted today to p ase he Freelander property on North St. George Street for $25o,000 for reconstruction of another historic home.
The propertY across from. the city building, now houses Manufacturers Outlet. The present building will be removed. A home similar to the original one that stood on the site, will be built according to Earle Newton, executive director of the commission. He said the original home dated back to the second Spanish period of the city.
.The property, which measures 53 by 93 feet, will be bought with funds from the city of St. Autine. T pe property is adjacent to a par 'city plans to construe pear'the property Spansih formation
e o Is s to purchaey on St. eorge i the St. George re a ted, had been unsucc te.
The comm and the companion St. Auguistine Restoration Corp. reorganized with all officers being re-elected. Commiasion officers are H. E. Wolfe, St. Augustine, chairman; J, Saxton Lloyd, Daytona Beach, vice chairman, and William Sims IT. secretary and treasurer. Officers of the corporation are Wolfe, president; Sims, vice president, and Newton, secretary-treasurer.
The commission agreed to set up a progam to acquaint key state officials with the importance of the restoration program, not only to t Auutine but to all of Florid.
"Many ffi o not have a cle e t the restoration do for the ncome bl e te," Lloyd aid. Newton dressed the ed for gret e assistance in the for operation of the co and r capital outlay i e st n tribute$ ot he program sin commission was created in 1959.