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Review of the Historic Preservation Boards, Report No. 96-42, January 1997
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  • The Historic Preservation Boards vary in the services they provide to communities depending on such factors as the number of state-owned properties managed, the number and type of staff employed by each Board, and the services available in the community.
  • The Department of State has not developed a system to evaluate the Boards' performance in achieving desired outcomes and results.
  • The Legislature may wish to consider organizational alternatives for the Historic Preservation Boards that could reduce costs and/or improve services.

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