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Ms. Elizabeth Ann Brown

Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer

Alabama Historical Commission

Direct Phone: (334) ***-****       

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Alabama Historical Commission

468 South Perry Street

Montgomery, Alabama 36104

United States

Company Description

Located in historic downtown Montgomery at 468 S. Perry Street, the Alabama Historical Commission is the state historic preservation agency for Alabama. The agency was created by an act of the state legislature in 1966 with a mission to protect, preserve ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Deputy

Heritage Preservation Inc

Affiliations

Legal Secretary
Baker Donelson

Board Member
Artifacts Guide Forum

Legal Secretary
Balch & Bingham LLP

Web References (159 Total References)


Alabama Historical Commission - Staff Directory

preserveala.org [cached]

Elizabeth Ann Brown Director Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer 334-230-2667


Yet the process has been baffling ...

www.observer-reporter.com [cached]

Yet the process has been baffling not just for local residents but to the head of historic preservation for the state, Elizabeth Brown.

I think FEMA needs to give their people in the field more latitude, said Brown, preservation officer for the Alabama Historical Commission. It seems things have to keep going back up the chain.
Brown said the demolition process seems to be taking longer than usual in Cordova, but government rules dont set out a strict timetable for such decisions since needs and damage can vary so greatly from one place to another.
...
No other Alabama city has had the same problem since the twisters, Brown said. While it took about a year to approve the demolition of the high school in the northwest Alabama town of Phil Campbell because of historical considerations, Cordova is in a league of its own, she said.
I cant blame them for being frustrated with FEMA, she said.


Alabama Historical Commission - Staff Directory

www.preserveala.org [cached]

Elizabeth Ann Brown , Director, Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer 334-230-2667


Contacts

www.portersvillerevivalgroup.org [cached]

* TOURED THE SOUTH MOBILE COUNTY AREA AND SURVEYED THE CULTURAL RESOURCES OF THIS AREA WITH ELIZABETH ANN BROWN, DIRECTOR OF THE ALABAMA HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION, IN AN EFFORT TO ASSESS POST-KATRINA DAMAGE;

* AS A STAKEHOLDER ORGANIZATION ATTENDED THE INITIAL MEETING OF THE GULF OF MEXICO ALLIANCE (JANUARY, 2006);
* CONTINUED OUR RESEARCH EFFORTS AND ACTED AS A RESOURCE FOR MANY ORGANIZATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS SEEKING INFORMATION REGARDING THE ALABAMA FRENCH COAST AND CONTINUED RESEARCH ON THE CULTURE, ENVIRONMENT AND HISTORY OF THE REGION.THIS RESEARCH IS AVAILABLE TO ALL INDIVIDUALS, ENTITIES AND ORGANIZATIONS UPON REQUEST;


Watson met last week with Gamble ...

www.decaturdaily.com [cached]

Watson met last week with Gamble and Alabama Historical Commission architect Elizabeth Brown.

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