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Historical Preservation Advisory Board

 

Overview

This board consists of seven members appointed by the County Commission to administer the Lee County Historic Preservation regulations (LDC Chapter 22), and provide input about matters affecting the preservation of Lee Countys historic resources. One member of Historic Preservation Board must be an architect registered to practice in the state, with one member from each of the following categories: History or Archaeology, Real Estate, Land Development or Finance, Law or Urban Planning, Engineering, Architecture, Building Construction or Landscape Architecture. The two remaining positions are filled by citizens at large. The Historic Preservation Board meets monthly. For additional information, please call (239) 533-8585.

If you would like to view minutes, agendas or other documents from previous committee meetings (currently available from January 2010 to current), please click here.

 

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