Preservation in the News - April 17, 2012
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Landscape Architect’s Research Helps Save Historic Black Towns
Joseph Freeman 04/17/12
Outlet: The Alcade
He has worked for, among others, the National Park Service, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, local governments and state historical societies. In 1989, Everett Fly, BAr ’75, a landscape architect from San Antonio, flew to central Flo...
Clarksville awarded grants to help fund Smith-Trahern Mansion restoration plan
Outlet: The Leaf-Chronicle - Online
The National Trust for Historic Preservation awarded the City $2,500 and the Family and Community Educators (FCE) donated $5,000, all of which will be used towards this match. Fundraising efforts by the City will continue through the sale of watercol...
National preservation group assists Charleston groups suing Carnival - Travel Weekly
Donna Tunney 04/17/12
Outlet: Travel Weekly - Online
The National Trust for Historic Preservation (NTHP) filed an amicus brief with the South Carolina State Supreme Court asking it to deny the motions to dismiss a lawsuit against Carnival Cruise Lines. Four citizen groups last June sued the line, sa...
Tearing Down the North Shore
John P. Huston and Diana Novak 04/17/12
Kenilworth increased its waiting time from six months to a year in 2008, bowing to pressure from preservationists when a 2006 list from the National Trust for Historic Preservation named the village one of the 11 most endangered historic places in th...