Preservation restrictions

Preservation restrictions

May involve easements, restrictive covenants, deed restrictions, leasing restrictions clauses and similar devices.
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It has the power to override any laws that would get in the way of a pipeline -- including the Massachusetts state constitution, which, by way of Article 97, protects conservation lands and agricultural lands that have Agricultural Preservation Restrictions.
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Kaufman concerned a mid-19th-century row house in the South End of Boston, an area known for its historic architecture and subject to local historic preservation restrictions. Lorna Kaufman purchased the house in 1999, and she and her husband, Gordon Kaufman, renovated it, including restoring its original facade.
He ran twice unsuccessfully for the Tallahassee City Commission (1993, 1994), calling for that board to be expanded from five members to nine members, railing against historic preservation restrictions and criticizing the "tyranny" of local government on several issues.
The statistics of the organisation's first century are impressive--a collection of 110,000 objects and furnishings, 450,000 images of New England life, 30,000 architectural drawings spanning three centuries and vast collections of documents and ephemera, in addition to 36 museum properties, 1,380 acres of historic landscape, and 75 historic properties protected by preservation restrictions.
These organizations purchase such properties and resell them to preservation-minded purchasers with preservation restrictions requiring rehabilitation, prohibiting demolition, and limiting alterations, and/or they make low-interest loans, which when paid, free up funds for the next loan.
As a legal agreement designed to protect a significant historic, archaeological or cultural resource, a historic preservation conservation easement enables a property owner to establish certain preservation restrictions while retaining possession and use of the property.
By encouraging smaller and more tightly clustered lots, rather than taking away buildability, we have the opportunity to sustain the viability and values of family forests and farms, while improving the chances that open space will be protected through conservation restrictions and agricultural preservation restrictions.
In exchange for the money, the state Historic Commission imposed historic preservation restrictions on the building in perpetuity that would prevent major facade changes not in keeping with the building's historic character.
Another major challenge is the historic preservation restrictions on most of the hospital buildings.
"If auctioned, specific criteria would be developed which would require bidders to, among other things, comply with historic preservation restrictions and redevelop the property consistent with
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