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*1.[725]

Management plan for heritage area (urban cultural park), created pursuant to Section 35.05, Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation Law, including description of boundaries of park area, inventory and designation of cultural resources, statement of goals and objectives, identification of types of park uses, identification of properties for potential acquisition, description of exhibits and programs to be undertaken, economic assessment of the park's cost and benefits, description of techniques for preservation of cultural resources, description of organizational structure and schedule for park planning, development and management and state-issued approval

 
  a. Final management plan: PERMANENT
 

b. Background materials and supporting documentation, including copies of "early action" grant files:

NOTE: Appraise these records for historical significance prior to disposition. Some of the records these files may have continuing value for historical or other research and should be retained permanently. Contact the State Archives for additional advice.

6 years
*2.[726] Application for heritage area (urban cultural park) designation submitted to State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, including response and related correspondence: PERMANENT
*3.[727] Visitor center records  
  a. Proposals, plans and drawings, feasibility studies and real property records: PERMANENT
  b. Visitors registers and patron usage records: 3 years
*4.[728] Walking and other tour files  
 

a. Maps, brochures, photographs and background research files:

NOTE: Appraise these records for historical significance prior to disposition. Some maps, brochures and photographs may have continuing value for architectural, historical or other research and should be retained permanently. Contact the State Archives for additional advice.

6 years after tour discontinued
  b. Notes, correspondence, memoranda, lists of participants and other routine records: 1 year
*5.[729] Exhibit file documenting planning, construction, and use of exhibit, including but not limited to installation photographs and slides, sketches, worksheets, publicity, brochures, exhibit catalogs, inventory lists, loan agreements and visitor surveys  
  a. Brochures, exhibit catalogs, installation photographs and slides, and inventory lists: PERMANENT
 

b. All other records:

NOTE: Appraise these records for historical significance prior to disposition. Some of these records may have continuing value for historical or other research and should be retained permanently. Contact the State Archives for additional advice.

6 years after exhibit closed
*6.[730]

Special event file, including but not limited to official copy of any program or promotional literature, or significant photographs of events, and background materials and supporting documentation:

NOTE: Appraise these records for historical significance prior to disposition. Some of the records these files may have continuing value for historical or other research and should be retained permanently. Contact the State Archives for additional advice.

6 years
 
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