Legislation to Reauthorize Erie Canalway Heritage Corridor; Maritime History Grants Available; Pennsylvania’s HTC Restored; MHPN Detriot: Vacant not Blighted Video

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 17, Number 25, July 03, 2014 → New York Congressional Members Announce Legislation to Reauthorize the Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor Sen. Kristen Gillibrand (D-NY) and Rep. Brian Higgins (D-NY) announced introduction of the Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor Act. This bill would extend the canalway’s authorization for the next 15 …

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Historic Tax Credit increase in Disaster Areas; Military LAND Act Mark-Up; Study on National Women’s History Museum

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 17, Number 18, May 9, 2014 → Senate Bill to Increase Historic Tax Credit in Disaster Areas Senators Schumer, Landrieu, Menendez, Booker, Bennet, Udall, and Rockefeller introduced the National Disaster Tax Relief Act of 2014, which would increase the historic rehabilitation tax credit for historic buildings affected in disaster areas …

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Hearings on Military LAND Act; Transportation Reauthorization; May Primary Elections; Preservation Month Photo Contest

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 17, Number 18, May 2 2014 → Natural Resources subcommittee hearing on Military LAND Act The Natural Resources subcommittee on Public Lands held a hearing this week on HR 3687, the Military LAND Act. Stephanie Toothman of National Park Service testified in opposition to the bill. Also, Maureen Sullivan of …

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Election Watch 2014; Military Land Act; FY15 Appropriations; Celebrating National Park Week; FEMA on Flood Insurance; Historic Post Office Reports

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 17, Number 17, April 25, 2014 → Preservation Action Election Watch Primary Election Schedule and Retiring Members of Congress This election, historic preservationists have an opportunity to engage candidates on the historic preservation issues important to you and your community. Congressional leaders supportive of historic preservation are retiring from offices …

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Rep. Camp will not seek Re-election; Senate Signers for the HPF letter needed; Record Sign-on for House HPF Letter; House Budget Bill Introduced; Appropriation Hearings

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 17, Number 14, April 4, 2014 → Rep. David Camp (R-MI) will not seek Re-election More Retirements in the Michigan Congressional Delegation Another senior member is stepping down from Congress and not seeking re-election, House and Means Committee Chairman Rep. Dave Camp (R-MI). Camp was first elected in 1990, the same …

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Rep. Holt, HP Caucus Co-Chair, not seeking Re-election; Gov. Jindal urges Delay in Flood Insurance Rate Hike; Preservation’s Best of 2013 Awardees Named

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 17, Number 8, February 21, 2014 → Historic Preservation Caucus Co-chair Rush Holt Will Not Seek Re-election Congressman Rush Holt (D-NJ), Co-Chair of the Historic Preservation Caucus, announced this week that he will not seek re-election. He has been a champion for historic preservation, including introducing the American Battlefield Protection …

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Government Shuts Down, Impact Felt Across the Country Including Federal Preservation Programs

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 16, Number 40, October 4, 2013 → Government Shuts Down, Impact Felt Across the Country Including Federal Preservation Programs We’ve reported over the past several weeks of the impending government shutdown. As most of you have probably heard, the government officially shut down at 12:01 a.m. on October 1, 2013. …

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Statue of Liberty Reopens; NAGPRA Grants

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Statue of Liberty Reopens in Time for 4th of July As the Northeast continues to rebuild in the wake of Hurricane Sandy there was some good news out of New York this week. Yesterday, the 4th of July, was the re-opening of Liberty Island. While the Statue of Liberty was unharmed during the storm, the …

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