Historic Preservation Board

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    NamePositionTerm StartTerm End
    Scott KieferChairJan. 11, 2021Jan. 11, 2024
   Wilton MartinsVice-ChairNov. 08, 2021Nov. 08, 2024
    Dane MyersMemberJan. 14, 2022Jan. 14, 2025
    Jane KeeleMemberNov. 08, 2021Nov. 08, 2024
    Viola SoffeMemberJan. 14, 2022Jan. 14, 2025
    Vacant1st AlternateJan. 09, 2022Jan. 09, 2025
    Vacant2nd Alternate
Aug. 09, 2024
    VacantStaff/Council Liaison


The purpose of the Historic Preservation Board is to promote and preserve educational, cultural and economic welfare of the public. The Historic Preservation Board has established uniform procedures to preserve the city’s historic resources by enhancing public participation and involvement in the preservation and protection of such resources, including buildings, structures, monuments, and other historic resources. In keeping with it’s purpose, the Board has developed the . Interested person(s) should complete the application and submit to the Community Development Department for submission to the Board.

Apply to Become a Member

If you would like to apply to become a member of this board, please download the following application and return to Community Development as soon as possible.

Statement of Financial Interest 
Members of this board are required by the State of Florida Commission on Ethics to complete a Form 1 Statement of Financial Interest upon being appointed and every year thereafter. The State also requires each member to complete a Form 1F Final Statement of Financial Interest within 60 days of leaving or terminating your board membership. Each year the State will mail the Form 1 directly to board members. Members are responsible for returning the form in a timely manner to avoid fines. The City of Dunnellon will not be responsible for paying any fines issued by the State due to failure to file a Form 1 or Form 1F. Please visit Florida Commission on Ethics at www.ethics.state.fl.us and select Financial Disclosure near the top of their home page.


If you are a current board member and are unable to attend a scheduled meeting, please download the Absence Request Form and return to Community Development as soon as possible.

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