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Hilliard Branch Library - 2005 - Hilliard, FL
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N 30° 41.135 W 081° 55.630
17R E 411195 N 3395123
Quick Description: The Hilliard Branch of the Nassau County Public Library system is located on County Rd. 108 in Hilliard, Florida, USA. According to a plaque on the building, its construction was completed in 2005.
Location: Florida, United States
Date Posted: 9/2/2014 8:36:28 AM
Waymark Code: WMMCYJ
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member NW_history_buff
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Long Description:
The Nassau County Public Library system has five branch libraries, including this one in Hilliary. The Hilliard Branch is 6,974 sq ft in size. Construction of the library was completed in 2005. It was designed by McCullar & Boatwright Architects, P.A., and constructed by Hashman Construction, Inc. According to the website listed in the Variables section, the Branch Manager (Sallie Stocks Batten) listed on the dated plaque actually retired in 2003, less than a week after ground was broken on this library.
Year built or dedicated as indicated on the structure or plaque: 2005

Full Inscription (unless noted above):
Hillard Branch Library Nassau County Public Library System Town of Hilliard, Florida David W. Buchanan Mayor Kevin Burnette, Council President John P. Beasley, Councilman Sonya Douglas, Councilwoman Clint Phillips, Councilman Cris W. McConnell, Councilman Lisa Purvis, Town Clerk Robert L. Peters, Town Attorney Steve Wingate, Public Works Director Board of County Commissioners Vickie Samus, Chairman, District 3 Nick D. Deonas, District 1 David C. Howard, District 2 Floyd L. Vanzant, District 4 Marianne M. Marshall, District 5 Walter D. Gossett, County Coordinator J.M. "Chip" Oxley, Jr., Clerk of Court Michael S. Mullin, County Attorney Dawn S. Bostwick, Library Director Sallie Stocks Batten, Branch Manager Completed 2005 McCullar & Boatwright Architects, P.A. Hashman Construction, Inc.

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