Senate Committee Holds Hearing on Route 66 and Pubic Lands Bills; Advocates Seek to Increase Pennsylvania’s HTC; NPS Announces Fee Free Days for 2019; Save the Date: Advocacy Week Returns; and Stories From the States

Preservation Action, Legislative Update
Volume 21, Number 39, December 14, 2018

1. Senate Committee Holds Hearing on Several Public Lands Bills Including Route 66 National Trail Bill 

2. Advocates Seek to Expand Pennsylvania’s Historic Tax Credit

3. National Park Service Announces 5 Fee Free Days in 2019

4. Save the Date! National Historic Preservation Advocacy Week Returns March 12-14th 

5. Stories From the States

Legislative Update: December 14, 2018 →

Congress Passes 2 Week CR; Advocates Push for NPS Backlog Bill and LWCF Reauthorization; NPS Advisory Board Identified; Save the Date: Preservation Advocacy Week Returns; and Stories From the States

Preservation Action, Legislative Update
Volume 21, Number 38, December 07, 2018 →

1. Congress Passes 2 Week Continuing Resolution, Sending to President Trump’s Desk

2. Advocates Continue Push to Pass Restore Our Parks Act and Land and Water Conservation Fund Reauthorization 

3. New Members of the National Park Service Advisory Board Identified

4. Save the Date! National Historic Preservation Advocacy Week Returns March 12-14th 

5. Stories From the States

Legislative Update: December 07, 2018 →

Midterms Bring Changes to Congress; Lame Duck Agenda Items Could Impact Preservation; NPS Director Nomination Advances; Save the Date: Advocacy Week Returns; Thanks for a Great PAF Auction; and Stories From the States

Preservation Action, Legislative Update
Volume 21, Number 37, November 30, 2018 →

Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) Speaks at Last Year’s Preservation Advocacy Week

1. Midterm Elections Bring Significant Changes to Congress

2. Congress Starts Lame Duck Session, Several Legislative Items Important to Preservation Could be Considered

 3. The Nominee to Head the National Park Service Approved by Senate Committee

 4. Save the Date! National Historic Preservation Advocacy Week Returns March 12-14th

 5. Thanks for a Great Preservation Action Foundation Auction!

6. Stories From the States

Legislative Update: November 30, 2018 →

Where Do Your Congressional Candidates Stand on Historic Preservation?; Camp Nelson Named National Monument; Secretary’s Preservation Award Accepting Nominations; Vote Your Main Street Announces Winners; Join PAF’s Legendary Auction; and Stories From the States

Preservation Action, Legislative Update
Volume 21, Number 36, November 02, 2018 →

1.  Midterms are Next Week: Where Do Your Congressional Candidates Stand on Historic Preservation?

2.  Kentucky’s Camp Nelson Designated a National Monument

3. Applications Being Accepted for the Secretary’s Awards for Historic Preservation

4. Vote Your Main Street Campaign Awards $1.6 Million in Preservation Grants 11 Sites Across the Country

 5.  Join Preservation Action Foundation’s Legendary Auction and Annual Member Meeting in San Francisco!

6. Stories From the States

Legislative Update: November 02, 2018 →

Where do Congressional Candidates Stand on Historic Preservation?; Join the US/ICOMOS Soiree to Protect World Heritage; Join PAF’s Legendary Auction and PA’s Annual Meeting in San Francisco; and Stories From the States

Preservation Action, Legislative Update
Volume 21, Number 35, October 26, 2018 →

1.  Midterms are Less Than 2 Weeks Away: Where Do Your Congressional Candidates Stand on Historic Preservation?

2.  Join US/ICOMOS for a Soiree to Celebrate and Protect United States World Heritage Sites and National Monuments

3.  Join Preservation Action Foundation’s Legendary Auction and Annual Member Meeting in San Francisco!

4. Stories From the States

Legislative Update: October 26, 2018 →