The Flagler County Commission seeks a select group of individuals to serve on a committee to review and make recommendations on Flagler County’s Historic Courthouse and the 3-story courthouse annex.
Palm Coast, FL – June 2, 2014 – The Flagler County Commission is seeking a select group of individuals to serve on a committee to review and make recommendations on Flagler County’s Historic Courthouse and the three story courthouse annex.
The County Commission has set a four month time limit, from June 16 through October, for the committee to submit recommendations. The resolution, approved at the County Commission’s meeting on Monday, June 2, seeks Flagler County registered voters in five specific occupations and one citizen at large to a committee that will be chaired by County Commissioner Barbara Revels.
The five professionals include: an architect or similar design professional, a real estate professional, a general contractor preferably with commercial construction experience, a mechanical contractor with air conditioning or other mechanical experience key to redeveloping the building, and a non realtor with experience in space procurement or relocations and acquisitions for public or private entities.
Applications should be submitted to Christie Mayer at firstname.lastname@example.org. Acceptance of applications will close at 10 a.m., Friday June 13. The applications will be submitted to the County Commission for approval at their meeting on Monday, June 16.
The committee will be directed to study the Flagler County Courthouse/Annex as to disposition for future use including by not limited to: sale of the facility, demolition, and redevelopment . The committee is also directed to analyze any existing funding sources, including grants, private funds or new funding sources.