CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO (KFVS) - The Missouri Department of Natural Resources announced that the State Historic Preservation Office will be asking for the public's comments on the "Preservation Horizons: 2011-2017" plan from May 13- July 31.
The goal of this plan is to put in place preservation goals for the state of Missouri, as well as to figure out what types of projects will be eligible to receive grant funds.
Public meetings will be held to gather comments and opinions on what theses goals should be. Those meetings will take place in:
- Webb City: May 23, 6:30 PM, Route 66 Event Center, 21 South Webb
- Jefferson City: May 26, 6 PM, Lewis and Clark State Office Building, 1101 Riverside Drive
- Chillicothe: June 9, 6 PM, Livingston County Library (2nd floor courtroom), 450 Locust Street
- Cape Girardeau: June 15, 7 PM, City Hall (council chambers), 401 Independence Street
- Washington: June 21, 6 PM, City Hall (council chambers), 405 Jefferson Street
- Weston: July 18, 6 PM, Weston Bend State Park (Bee Creek Shelter), 16600 Hwy, 45 North (1/2 mile S. of entrance)
For more information on the State Historic Preservation Office, or to submit comments on the plans, visit dnr.mo.gov/shpo.