Eric Ketterling
Dec 3, 2018

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What are some of your favorite historic sites throughout the community and how do you think we can help preserve them?

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  • sonyaworks
    Aug 29

    Coral Shores is a small neighborhood hidden and tucked away and probably not on the radar of the city's Parks officials. We have zero parks, and the closest public city park is a 45 minute walk away. Buying a vacant property and converting it to a passive pocket park would be a great option. Don't forget about Coral Shores, please!!
  • Eric Ketterling
    Dec 3, 2018

    The City of Fort Lauderdale has a rich architectural heritage that comprises of three historic districts, various individually designated historic landmarks sites, and some sites on the National Register of Historic Places. There are many techniques that can be implemented when focusing on historic preservation, all of which have unique importance. Historic Preservation in the City of Fort Lauderdale is regulated through the City’s Unified Land Development Regulations (ULDR), Historic Design Guidelines, the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards, as well as the Historic Preservation Element in the Comprehensive Plan!

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