2010 Florida Code
TITLE XVIII PUBLIC LANDS AND PROPERTY
Chapter 267 HISTORICAL RESOURCES  
267.171 St. Augustine; contract for preservation of historic properties.

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267.171 St. Augustine; contract for preservation of historic properties.

The Department of State shall contract with the City of St. Augustine for the management of the various state-owned properties presently managed by the Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board of Trustees. The contract shall provide that the City of St. Augustine may use all proceeds derived from the management of state-owned properties for the purpose of maintaining the state-owned buildings and advancing historic preservation in the City of St. Augustine. The Department of State may transfer ownership of and responsibility for any artifacts, documents, equipment, and other forms of tangible personal property to the City of St. Augustine to assist the city in the transition of the management of state-owned properties.

History. s. 8, ch. 97-68; s. 2, ch. 2000-208; ss. 49, 50, ch. 2001-61; s. 3, ch. 2007-54.

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Note. Section 3, ch. 2007-54, provides that “[u]pon execution of a contract between the Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement Trust Fund and the University of Florida for the management of state-owned properties currently managed by the City of St. Augustine under contract with the Department of State, section 267.171, Florida Statutes, is repealed.”

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