Preservation Stories: Mill No. 1, Baltimore, MD

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During National Historic Preservation Advocacy Week, six projects were awarded “Preservation’s Best.” Congressional Historic Preservation Caucus Co-Chairs Michael Turner and Rush Holt, along with US Senators and Members of Congress representing the project winners attended to recognize and present the award to their constituents. Through federal incentives like the historic tax credit, historic preservation drives …

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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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Preservation’s Best: The Warehouse Lofts, Macon, GA

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During National Historic Preservation Advocacy Week, six projects were awarded “Preservation’s Best.” Congressional Historic Preservation Caucus Co-Chairs Michael Turner and Rush Holt, along with US Senators and Members of Congress representing the project winners attended to recognize and present the award to their constituents. Through federal incentives like the historic tax credit, historic preservation drives …

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Historic Preservation Appropriations; Update on Section 4(f); ACHP Report on Post Office Reuse; Penn’s State HTC Opens

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 17, Number 16, April 18, 2014 → Connect with Your Member of Congress in the District on Historic Preservation Appropriations This is a Congressional in-District work period, but staff in Washington continue to work on appropriations bills. Congress has heard testimony from the administration. Secretary Jewell testified before the House …

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Preservation Stories: Harvest Commons, Chicago, IL

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During National Historic Preservation Advocacy Week, six projects were awarded “Preservation’s Best.” Congressional Historic Preservation Caucus Co-Chairs Michael Turner and Rush Holt, along with US Senators and Members of Congress representing the project winners attended to recognize and present the award to their constituents. Through federal incentives like the historic tax credit, historic preservation drives …

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Preservationists Testify on FY15 Appropriations; HPF Sign-On Social a Success!; Michigan Heritage Area Legislation

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Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 17, Number 15, April 11, 2014 → FY 2015 Appropriations – Preservationists Testify on the Hill The House Appropriations Subcommittee on Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies heard from public witnesses during hearings on appropriations for the Department of Interior’s FY 2015 budget. Preservationists were joined by community activists and heads …

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Preservation Stories: Elm Terrace, Portland, ME

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During National Historic Preservation Advocacy Week, six projects were awarded “Preservation’s Best.” Congressional Historic Preservation Caucus Co-Chairs Michael Turner and Rush Holt, along with US Senators and Members of Congress representing the project winners attended to recognize and present the award to their constituents. Through federal incentives like the historic tax credit, historic preservation drives …

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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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Preservation Stories: Brewhouse Inn in the former Pabst Brewery, Milwaukee, WI

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During National Historic Preservation Advocacy Week, six projects were awarded “Preservation’s Best.” Congressional Historic Preservation Caucus Co-Chairs Michael Turner and Rush Holt, along with US Senators and Members of Congress representing the project winners attended to recognize and present the award to their constituents. Through federal  incentives like the historic tax credit, historic preservation drives …

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