Historic Preservation Board
The Historic Preservation Board was established in order to preserve and protect Manatee County's archaeologically, historically, and aesthetically significant sites, districts, and zones;to encourage historical and archaeological preservation; to identify historic buildings and sites and archaeological sites in Manatee County; and to insure appropriate preservation, restoration, renovation, development and adaptive reuse of historical buildings and archaeological sites.
- The Historic Preservation Board consists of seven (7) voting members;
- The members are appointed by the BCC for four year terms;
- Members shall be qualified electors in Manatee County who have knowledge of archaeological, historical or architectural development or have deep concern for the preservation development and enhancement of historic resources in Manatee County;
- Whenever possible, the Historic Preservation Board shall be composed of individuals with the following background: architecture, history, planning, archaeology, or historic preservation, plus two at-large members;
- Members must be qualified electors.
Meetings are held the second Monday of the month at 3:00 p.m. in the 1st floor Commission Chambers at the Manatee County Administrative Center.
S.R. (Dick) Wooten
Dr. Alfonz Lengyel