Preservation in the News - February 14, 2012
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Gamble House Could Be Nearing Demolition
City officials said they don't have enough money to reclaim what the National Trust for Historic Preservation calls an "irreplaceable treasure." CINCINNATI -- The wrecking ball is getting ready to swing, but there's still no sign of a savior for t...
Pennsylvania Lawmaker Seeks 10-Mile Buffer Zone for Casino at Gettysburg
Jason Gallagher 02/14/12
Outlet: Yahoo! News
On the other side of the argument are preservation groups like No Casino Gettysburg and the National Trust for Historic Preservation, in addition to local historians, as reported by The Evening Sun. An Associated Press reported highlighted the Pe...
Study: Charleston Gets Fraction of Cruise Impact
Smith, Bruce 02/14/12
Outlet: Associated Press (AP) - Charleston, SC Bureau
A new study suggests that while downtown Charleston must deal with the passengers, traffic and congestion from cruise ships, the city gets only a fraction of the surrounding region's economic benefit from South Carolina's year-round cruise industry....