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Posted on: November 15, 2019

Historic Buildings and Sites Survey

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The City of Mount Dora has retained KCI Technologies, Inc. to document historic buildings and sites within the existing Historic Preservation District. The documentation will be available on a Florida Master Site File (FMSF) Form. The City updates FMSFs once a decade and previous forms are available at City Hall. 

This project is currently being funded through a grant from the Florida Division of Historical Resources. Please be advised that the documentation of a building does not necessarily constitute a change in its status within the City. 

For more information on the Florida Master Site File program please visit: https://dos.myflorida.com/historical/preservation/master-site-file 

For more information regarding the City of Mount Dora's Historic Preservation Board please visit: https://ci.mount-dora.fl.us/282/Historic-Preservation 

For any additional information, please contact City Hall at 510 N. Baker Street or 352-735-7100 ext. 1712 / eldridges@cityofmountdora.com 

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