Surveys impact historic group’s work

The significance of surveys came up Tuesday on both a public meeting for a possible historic district and a proposed demolition.

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Jefferson City’s Historic Preservation Commission promoted the “Moreau Drive Neighborhood Historic Survey” open house, which will be 4:30-6:30 p.m. today at the McClung Park Indoor Pavilion.

What started as a training exercise for new employees to the State Historic Preservation Office became a gift to the city. Now, the city will apply for grant funding to continue ....

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