Preservation in the News - March 7, 2012
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Steam Plant unveils Stacks March 7, 2012
Lorie Hutson 03/07/12
Outlet: The Spokesman-Review
The original renovation, by partners Wells and Co. and Steam Plant Square, was recognized by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. In January, Steam Plant Square, a subsidiary of Avista Corp., took over majority ownership of the restaurant an...
Video: We Are Guahan Questions Elimination of Other Firing Range Sites
Clynt Ridgell 03/07/12
Outlet: Pacific News Center
Under the old method DOD said a firing range could only fit at Pagat. After DOD was sued by, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the Guam Preservation Trust, and We Are Guahan they decided to conduct a Supplemental EIS using the probabilist...
Closer look at plans for Pillsubry A Mill site
Jim Buchta 03/07/12
Outlet: Star Tribune
The buildings, which overlook the Mississippi River and have sweeping views of the downtown Minneapolis skyline, have multiple layers of historic protection. Earlier this year, the National Trust for Historic Preservation said the complex was one of...
Coming up empty
Barry A. Muskat 03/07/12
Outlet: Buffalo Spree - Online
PBN brought 2,500 people to Buffalo with the recent National Trust for Historic Preservation Conference. That also helped to increase awareness and appreciation of historic preservation locally. As people become more willing to move from the suburbs...