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The Titusville Historic Preservation Board consists of seven members and two alternates with a wide variety of experience and interest in historic preservation. Four of the members must be Titusville residents. Local historian, and/or architectural or art historian, architect, urban and regional planner, landscape architect, lawyer, engineer and/or building contractor, realtor and/or property appraiser, interested residents of city historic districts; and Brevard County Historic Preservation Commission. All members of the Board are appointed by the City Council.
No. They volunteer their time because of their interest and/or experience with older structures as well as their commitment to historic preservation in Titusville. Members typically serve for two year terms and can be reappointed.
The Board and its staff develops educational material and fosters community pride about local history and preservation through a variety of activities.
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