City Commission to Honor Paul Weaver III

The St. Augustine City Commission will honor Paul L. Weaver, III Feb. 27 with one of the city’s highest awards, the de Avilés Award.  Weaver has dedicated more than 40 years to the historic preservation and protection of the City of St. Augustine and its significant cultural resources, according to a city media release.

The presentation will be held at 4:30pm in The Alcazar Room, City Hall, 75 King Street., just prior the City Commission’s regularly scheduled meeting which begins at 5 p.m., and may be seen live online at, where it also will be available for on-demand viewing the following day.

Mayor Nancy Sikes-Kline nominated Weaver for his commitment of public service to the St. Augustine community, not only having served for nearly 20 years on the Historic Architecture Review Board, but also for his contribution to the multitude of National Register nominations and subsequent confirmations of historic properties and landmarks in the city.

 “I have known Paul personally for over 30 years and firmly believe that his decades of outstanding work and dedication to the betterment of the city qualifies him for this award,” she said in the release.

In addition to the Historic Architectural Review Board, Weaver has served the St. Augustine Historical Society as a member and president.