Preservation in the News - February 27, 2012
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Ruling on Properties in Bridge Route Could Come in March
Outlet: Courier Journal
River Fields, a Louisville conservation group that has long opposed an east end bridge, and the National Trust for Historic Preservation had requested the determination. Both groups are involved in a lawsuit against the federal government seeking a n...
Jessica Bartlett 02/27/12
A total of $120,000 in Community Preservation grants, an $80,000 grant from the Partners in Preservation grant (obtained through the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the American Express Foundation), a $100,000 grant from the Save America...
Battle Brewing Over Fate of A Mill
Sarah McKenzie 02/27/12
Outlet: Journal - Online, The
Plymouth-based Dominium Development has proposed building roughly 250 apartments in the historic A Mill building and a warehouse. It plans to do an extensive renovation of the A Mill, which was listed on the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s...
Rosenwald School Commemorated in Westminister, Looking Toward Future Renovation
Ray Chandler 02/26/12
South Carolina was the site of more than 500 of the schools. The 10 in Oconee County were built between 1921 and 1928."This is a momentous occasion not only for the church, but for Oconee County," said Joel Thrift, Oconee County Council chairman, on...