Preservation in the News - March 5, 2012
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Pasco's First African-American School
Jeff Cannon 03/05/12
Outlet: Land O' Lakes Patch
In this final article in our Black History Month series, we continue with the topic of achievements made by local African-Americans in the areas of education. Following our split from Hernando County in 1887, Pasco County’s very first African-Amer...
Navy Report Spots ‘Reasonable’ Guam Range Site
Outlet: Air Force Times - Online
In 2010, a lawsuit was filed by We Are Guahan, the Guam Preservation Trust and the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Afterward, the military performed a supplemental Environmental Impact Statement. The lawsuit was dismissed two months ago by...
Leiper's Fork Celebrates Main Street Designation
Vicki Stout For Williamson A.M. 03/05/12
Outlet: Tennessean - Online, The
The Main Street program was developed by the National Trust for Historic Preservation almost 30 years ago. The National Main Street Center encourages public-private partnerships to enhance community livability and job creation while maintaining the h...
Preservation Expert to Speak to Heritage Association
Outlet: Hudson Hub-Times - Online
This project was hailed by the National Trust for Historic Preservation as "one of three preservation triumphs of the American Bicentennial of 1976." Hudson Heritage Association was the first Hudson organization to endorse the plan, and Bill Greer hi...
It's Time to Step Up and Save Carnegie
Outlet: Bemidji Pioneer
Two large sources of grant money for which the Carnegie would qualify are the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the Minnesota Historical Society grants, funded by the Minnesota Legacy Amendment. As you know, the plan for Library Park cu...
Zoar levee study could take three more years
Outlet: Repository - Online, The
In the meantime, the Zoar Community Association has started using a program created by the National Trust for Historic Preservation called "This Place Matters." It is encouraging people to have their photos taken in Zoar with a "This Place Matters" s...