Historic preservation

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Historic preservation

Encompasses a broad range of activities related to preservation and conservation of the built environment by physical and intellectual methods.
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building preservation

The process of applying measures to maintain and sustain the existing materials, integrity, and form of a building, including its structure and building artifacts.
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Opponents have argued the process was flawed, including that the city's historic preservation planner suggested adding properties to the application and advised applicants on how they could design the district to avoid objections
(14) At the center of the case lies historic preservation as both a value and as a body of federal, state, and municipal law.
Every $1 million spent on historic preservation leads to $1.03 million in additional spending, 14 new jobs
Faulkner was previously on the Downtown Design Review Committee and Massey has been on the Historic Preservation Committee since 2011.
"Without a historic preservation tax credit, New Jersey is missing out on a proven tool for economic growth and revitalization," Mercer told lawmakers.View the full article from NJBIZ at http://www.njbiz.com/article/20181018/NJBIZ01/181019861/lawmakers-consider-tax-credits-to-bolster-historic-preservation-.
We're thrilled to unite our long-standing commitment to historic preservation and the Shop Small(r) movement to celebrate the histories of the diverse communities and cultures that have shaped and continue to enrich our Main Streets."
Taking the 50th anniversary of the 1966 National Historic Preservation Act as an opportunity to reflect on the successes and shortcoming of the historic preservation movement in the US, Tyler, Tyler, and Ligibel introduce readers to the many facets of historic preservation and to issues important to the study and practice of the field.
Historic preservation is viewed as a way of not only saving significant cultural features but repurposing structures and revitalizing local economies.
Education: Blick has a Master of Arts in American studies and historic preservation from George Washington University in Washington, D.C., and a bachelor's in economics from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia.
A historic building at Lincoln University has found itself on the National Trust for Historic Preservation's 2016 list of the nation's most endangered historic places.

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