Historic preservation commission needs help with historic registry
Volunteers and those interested in learning about the Osceola Historic Preservation Commission and Intensive Survey and Evaluation of Downtown Osceola met at the Osceola Public Library Tuesday, May 14.
Architectural historian Molly Myers Naumann presented the components of a local historic preservation program. The component Osceola Historic Preservation Commission is concentrating on is the survey, which involves researching the history of the buildings around the Osceola square. Naumann said this project would also help, should the city of Osceola want to improve the business district around the square. A survey of possible historic buildings is required before improvements can be done and following this project Osceola will have the survey completed.
To be considered for the historic registry, a building has to have documentation that proves how old it is and what has changed since it was built. Once a building is 50 years old, it is old enough to be considered for the historic registry.
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