Preservation in the News - March 12, 2012
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Merchants, officials say time is ripe for reviving downtown Miami's Flagler Street
Andres Viglucci 03/12/12
Outlet: The Miami Herald
“Most cities would kill for numbers like that,’’ said John Leith-Tetrault, president of the National Trust Community Investment Corp., an offshoot of the National Trust for Historic Preservation in Washington, D.C., at last week’s Flagler Street foru...
Preservationists Plead Case to Country Stars.
Robbie Whelan 03/12/12
Outlet: Wall Street Journal - Developments
A prominent preservationist group, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, on Wednesday had a blog post, written by a city employee in Spokane, Wash., about a 2009 song by country star Alan Jackson, called “Little Man.” Even architectura...
Historic Prentice Hospital Still Stands Despite Demolition Plans
Jennifer Patino 03/12/12
Outlet: Chicago Talks
A coalition of preservation organizations, including Landmarks Illinois, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and Preservation Chicago, has launched an ad campaign on the CTA blue and brown line trains directing passengers to sign petitions...
Being kind to planet, as well as animals is Bethany veterinarian's mantra
Bridget Albert 03/12/12
Outlet: New Haven Register
Emily Wadhams, formerly a vice president at the National Trust for Historic Preservation, once said, "The greenest building is the one that's already built." There are many ways to help the environment remain green. Emily Wadhams, formerly...