Preservation in the News - May 25, 2012
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Maine Voices: Historic preservation stimulates the economy, enhances the community
Greg Paxton 05/25/12
Outlet: The Portland Press Herald
These towns are primed to use an enhanced tax credit. Bath, one of these towns, was named this spring one of only five Great American Main Streets by the program's leader, the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The Brookings Institute repor...
National Trust for Historic Preservation Files Brief in Support of Federal Lawsuit Challenging Honolulu's Rail Project
Outlet: Hawaii Reporter
National Trust for Historic Preservation, a congressionally chartered, privately funded, non profit Washington DC-based organization, which is the Recipient of the National Humanities Medal, was established in 1949 to educate and advocate for America...
New developments in two separate rail lawsuits
Outlet: Hawaii News Now
Also today the rail opponents picked up another ally. The National Trust for Historic Preservation joined the fight. It's one of the largest and most influential preservation groups in the country. "We're just absolutely delighted to have them abo...
Program may help village
Mike Eldred 05/25/12
Outlet: Deerfield Valley News - Online
Tingay said Vermont’s downtown program was modeled on the federal Mainstreet Program, started about 30 years ago by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. She explained the program’s “four point approach,” which includes organization – establi...
Astoria Park diving pool conversion plan has fundraising problems
Outlet: The Real Deal - Online
However, the development effort recently competed for $250,000 in funding in an online voting competition held by American Express and the National Trust for Historic Preservation, but it didn’t get enough votes. The pool is still competing for a les...