Preservation in the News - February 16, 2011
Preservation in the News - Today's Stories
Community Works to Get Wall St. Post Office on ‘Closure List’
Pat Sherman 02/16/12
Outlet: La Jolla Light
The task force also submitted an application for inclusion on the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s list of America’s 11 Most Endangered Historic Places. The group was invited to apply for inclusion by the trust’s western regional office as...
Demolition by Neglect - Opinion
Kellam deForest 02/16/12
Outlet: Santa Barbara View
The legal definition of demolition by neglect described by the National Trust for Historic Preservation (PDF left) is the “process of allowing a building to deteriorate to the point where demolition is necessary to protect public health and safety.”...
First New Market Solar Ray Approved
Ed Waters, Jr. 02/16/12
The National Trust for Historic Preservation accepts the use of solar panels on buildings, member Steve Sykes said. New Market is not registered with the trust, but Sykes said he checked the organization's stance on solar energy panels in historic ar...
Downtown Bath Group in the Running for National Award
Alex Lear 02/16/12
Outlet: The Forecaster
Based in a historic train station at 15 Commercial St., Main Street Bath is part of a program started by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. It focuses on the revitalization of traditional downtowns to boost the commercial district's econom...
Fresh Eyes on Cuba
Andrea Sachs 02/15/12
Since April, the Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control has issued more than 100 people-to-people licenses to organizations both specialized (Wisconsin Alumni Association, National Trust for Historic Preservation) and mainstream (Insi...