Preservation in the News - April 16, 2012
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Jazz fans hope to make Coltrane home a museum
Kathy Matheson 04/16/12
Outlet: Courier-Post - Online
Ideally, future plans for the home will include programming and neighborhood engagement, said Walter Gallas, director of the northeast field office for the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Gallas, who attended Friday’s event, said historic...
Former Foes in Walmart Fight Get Together to seek Future Growth Along State Route 3
Clint Schemmer 04/16/12
Outlet: The Free Lance-Star
Also endorsing its findings were the members of the battlefield coalition: Friends of the Wilderness Battlefield, the Civil War Trust, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Piedmont Environmental Council and National Parks Conservation Associatio...
Over-the-Rhine's transformation far from over
Laura Baverman and Lisa Bernard-Kuhn 04/16/12
Outlet: Cincinnati Enquirer - Online
Their work became even more significant in 2006, when the National Trust for Historic Preservation named Over-the-Rhine to its Most Endangered List. Particularly at risk: one of the nation’s largest collection of 19th century Italianate architecture,...