Preservation in the News - April 24, 2012
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City, Pontiac library now separate properties after years of legal wrangling
Shaun Byron 04/24/12
Outlet: The Oakland Press - Online
Central Elementary School has been named as a potential candidate and library officials announced in December that a $12,000 grant was awarded through the National Trust for Historic Preservation to determine the cost of renovating the school. The...
Herkimer Now tackling looking to fill empty storefronts - Herkimer, NY - The Telegram
Stephanie Sorrell-White 04/24/12
Outlet: Evening Telegram - Online
Most recently, they presented the assessment conducted by Teresa Lynch, a senior program officer with the National Trust for Historic Preservation, whose specialty is revitalizing Main Street districts in municipalities. When members of the Herki...
Mississippi Delta National Heritage Area to Host Community Forums
Outlet: Daily Journal - Online
A management plan, from a team led by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, is scheduled for completion in December 2013. The Mississippi Delta's culture and heritage are the focus of three community forums set for May 14-15. The Mississi...
Planned Ford Island solar panels fought
William Cole 04/24/12
Outlet: The Honolulu Star-Advertiser
The planned changes were so extensive that the National Trust for Historic Preservation named Ford Island to its list of 11 most endangered historic places in 2001. The Navy wants to cover Ford Island's historic runway with photovoltaic panels -...