Preservation in the News - March 22, 2012
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SC Panel Approves Tax Break for Rebuilding Sites
Susanne M. Schafer 03/22/12
Outlet: Charlotte Observer - Online
He said a study conducted by the Trust, a nonprofit that works with the National Trust for Historic Preservation, found it could have an impact across the state and not just in urban sites. Bedenbaugh and Smith cited a previous bill approved by lawma...
Restoring a Historic Building
Clayton Stairs 03/22/12
Outlet: Georgetown Times
They have formed a non-profit group called Historic Bethel, Inc. and began the project with help from a grant from the National Historic Trust for Historic Preservation’s Terence L. Mills Memorial Fund. A group of local citizens are working to...
Conference Explores Heritage Tourism Benefits
Deanna Garrison 03/22/12
Walden says studies conducted by the National Trust for Historic Preservation in 2002 and 2011 found that 81 percent of Americans who travel take in one cultural event or one cultural place. “This is not a few people – this is a lot of people,” she...
Post Office Efforts on Track - For Now
Kendra Hartmann 03/22/12
Outlet: San Diego Community Newspaper Group - Online
Task force member Diane Kane announced she was in the process of possibly having the post office building listed with the National Trust for Historic Preservation, as well as on the National Register of Historic Places. She had submitted an applicati...