1999 Florida Code
TITLE XVIII PUBLIC LANDS AND PROPERTY
Chapter 272 Capitol Center  
272.135   Florida Historic Capitol Curator.

272.135  Florida Historic Capitol Curator.--

(1)  The position of Capitol Curator is created within the Department of State, which shall establish the qualifications for the position. The curator shall be appointed by and serve at the pleasure of the Secretary of State.

(2)  The Capitol Curator shall:

(a)  Promote and encourage throughout the state knowledge and appreciation of the Florida Historic Capitol.

(b)  Collect, research, exhibit, interpret, preserve, and protect the history, artifacts, objects, furnishings, and other materials related to the Florida Historic Capitol, except for archaeological research and resources.

(c)  Develop, direct, supervise, and maintain the interior design and furnishings of all space within the Florida Historic Capitol in a manner consistent with the restoration of the Florida Historic Capitol in its 1902 form.

(3)  The Department of State shall promulgate rules to implement this section.

History.--s. 2, ch. 81-232.

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