(1) The Legislature shall ensure that all space in the Florida Historic Capitol is
restored in a manner consistent with the 1902 form and made available for allocation. Notwithstanding the provisions of ss. 255.249 and 272.04 that relate to space allocation in state-owned buildings, the President of the Senate
and the Speaker of the House of Representatives shall have responsibility and authority
for the allocation of all space in the restored Florida Historic Capitol, provided:
(a) The rotunda, corridors, Senate chamber, House of Representatives chamber, and
Supreme Court chamber may not be used as office space.
(b) The Legislature shall be allocated sufficient space for program and administrative
functions relating to the preservation, museum, and cultural programs of the Legislature.
(2) The Florida Historic Capitol shall be maintained in accordance with good historic
preservation practices as specified in the National Park Service Preservation Briefs
and the Secretary of the Interior's Standards for Rehabilitation and Guidelines for
Rehabilitating Historic Buildings.
(3) Custodial and preventive maintenance and repair of the entire Florida Historic
Capitol and the grounds located adjacent thereto shall be the responsibility of the
Department of Management Services, subject to the special requirements of the building
as determined by the Florida Historic Capitol Museum Director.
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