A governing board is authorized to make appropriations to a historic preservation
commission established pursuant to this Chapter in any amount determined necessary
for the expenses of the operation of the commission and may make available any additional
amounts necessary for the acquisition, restoration, preservation, operation, and management
of historic buildings, structures, sites, areas, or objects designated as historic
landmarks, or within designated historic districts, or of land on which such buildings
or structures are located, or to which they may be removed.
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