Preservation in the News - July 23, 2012
Preservation in the News - Today's Stories
Richmond Highway Plans To Affect Cemetery Or Stables
Rehm, Diane 07/23/12
Outlet: Diane Rehm Show - WAMU-FM
"We understand the need for the mitigation of traffic, but paramount for us as the National Trust for Historic Preservation is that we protect our history, which is our most important asset," says Germonique Ulmer, a senior director of public affairs...
Can Solar Power Find A Place In U.S. Historic Districts?
Beniwal, Angela 07/23/12
Outlet: Solar Industry Magazine
"The National Trust has talked about doing everything we can to integrate solar panels in historic districts on historic properties in as sensitive a way as possible, because we recognize that solar can be a very crucial way of helping people reduce...
Making A Home For John Coltrane's Legacy
Outlet: NPR - Online
Last year, the National Trust for Historic Preservation put the Coltrane Home on a list of the 11 most endangered historic sites in the United States. In 1964, John Coltrane moved from Queens, N.Y., to a brick ranch house on a 31/2 acre wooded l...
Brothers save dilapidated Green Park Inn
Outlet: Clarion-Ledger - Online
The Green Park was recently accepted as a member of Historic Hotels of America, a project of the National Trust for Historic Preservation for hotels that have "faithfully maintained their historic integrity, architecture and ambiance." Above: A pict...