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     1-19A-26.   Determining heritage areas. The board shall consider the following when determining if a county, municipality, or township is designated as a heritage area:
             (1)      Whether there is an established program which interprets the entirety of the historic properties to both the residents and visiting public of the proposed heritage area;
             (2)      Whether there is an adopted and actively implemented historic preservation plan encompassing all of the historic properties within the proposed heritage area;
             (3)      Whether there is a demonstrated ability to use historic properties within the proposed heritage area to contribute to the economic welfare of this state;
             (4)      Whether the proposed heritage area is readily identifiable to the visiting public;
             (5)      Whether there are established effective partnerships among public, private, and nonprofit entities appropriate for the protection and promotion of the proposed heritage area; and
             (6)      Whether the quality of the preservation, interpretation, and management of the proposed heritage area meets the standards established by the board.

Source: SL 1994, ch 17, ยง 2.

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