Park & Historic Preservation Law. Legal news and articles for February 24 - 29, 2012

Final vote on historic 112-year-old building set for March council meetingSalem board refuses to sign pactFreedom of information worth the fightCommunity Calendar, Feb. 29Historic preservation symposium to be offered in LexingtonPreservation tax credit would create jobsGlendale city officials propose changes to historic preservation rules112-year-old Bayonne building to be designated as Historic LandmarkHistoric Preservation Board looking for volunteers to serveSaving the speedwayCOLUMBIA (AP) - The seventh week of the legislative session:Newsmakers in Savannah• Committee guts historic preservation tax credit billSC's week of legislative actionSc'S Week of Legislative Action

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Details emerge about proposed Kent historic district
Ravenna Record CourierFebruary 1, 2012

If the council votes to create the district, the city's application will then be reviewed by the Ohio Historic Preservation Office through its Certified Local Government program. If OHPO approves the application, property owners in the district would ...more »

Art losing its toehold in downtown Washington
Washington PostFebruary 10, 2012

Galleries, studios and not-always-legal artists' apartments filled older buildings, most awaiting redevelopment. Cheap rents and hangouts such as dc space and the original 9:30 Club drew artists and fellow travelers (notably musicians) to the ...more »

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Final vote on historic 112-year-old building set for March council meeting
The Jersey Journal - NJ.comFebruary 29, 2012

The building is the current home of the Law Offices of Leonard P. Kiczek and was formerly the site of the Stringham, St. Charles and Bayonne Hotels. It was first designated as historically significant by the Bayonne Historic Preservation Commission on ...more »

Salem board refuses to sign pact
The Salem NewsFebruary 29, 2012

By Tom Dalton Staff writer SALEM — The Salem Historical Commission, in a largely symbolic vote, has declined to sign a historic preservation agreement that is a key part of the redevelopment of the St. Joseph Church property. At a special meeting last ...more »

Freedom of information worth the fight
Savannah Morning NewsFebruary 29, 2012

This propsed law has the potential to draw the curtains on law enforcement agencies and the work they do, and that would leave state residents unable to fairly evaluate the work of those paid to serve and protect. The former owner of the Historic...more »

Community Calendar, Feb. 29
The StateFebruary 29, 2012

Registration, $30; proceeds benefit the Lexington County Law Enforcement Officer's Association. (803) 429-3889 or (803) 446-7942 USC CONCERT CHOIR: Haydn's “Theresienmesse” and Corigliano's “Fern Hill,” 7:30 tonight at St. Joseph Catholic Church, ...more »

Historic preservation symposium to be offered in Lexington
Lexington Herald LeaderFebruary 29, 2012

By Herald-Leader Staff Report The role of historic preservation in affordable housing and neighborhood improvement will be the subject of a free, public symposium Thursday and Friday at the Lexington History Museum, 215 W. Main Street.more »

Preservation tax credit would create jobs
Baltimore Sun (blog)February 28, 2012

Senator Cardin's legislation, the Creating American Prosperity through Preservation (CAPP) Act, would expand the already-impressive track record of the federal historic tax credit — a little-known federal program that gets big results.more »

Glendale city officials propose changes to historic preservation rules
Glendale News PressFebruary 28, 2012

By Brittany Levine, brittany.levine@latimes.com City officials on Monday suggested a range of changes to historic preservation rules that they said may encourage more homeowners to participate in the process. “The meat of the changes” to the historic ...more »

112-year-old Bayonne building to be designated as Historic Landmark
NJ.comFebruary 27, 2012

Bayonne city council introduced an ordinance that would designate the building at 29 West 8th St. as a Historic Landmark. The building is the current home of the Law Offices of Leonard P. Kiczek and was formerly the site of the Stringham, ...more »

Historic Preservation Board looking for volunteers to serve
TCPalmFebruary 27, 2012

By news release Fort Pierce city commissioners are looking for civic-minded residents to serve on various advisory boards and committees, including an immediate need for individuals to serve on the Historic Preservation Board. This quasi-judicial board ...more »

Saving the speedway
Boston HeraldFebruary 27, 2012

The Department of Conservation and Recreation instead will try to find an “unconventional” developer to preserve the state-owned historic site in exchange for a long-term lease, according to a draft feasibility study set for release today.more »

COLUMBIA (AP) - The seventh week of the legislative session:
Sumter ItemFebruary 26, 2012

They approved an approved amendment to remove a Freedom of Information Act exemption for legislators. A South Carolina Democrat wants voters to decide whether legislators should be limited to 16 years in their chamber. Rep. Bakari Sellers introduced a ...more »

Newsmakers in Savannah
Savannah Morning NewsFebruary 26, 2012

Education: Howington received his bachelor's of historic preservation and his master's of architecture from Savannah College of Art and Design. Duties: She will oversee the family nurse practitioner specialization in the Master of Science in nursing ...more »

• Committee guts historic preservation tax credit bill
Reporter-TimesFebruary 26, 2012

by MojoPages A Senate committee stripped all new funding out of a bill originally meant to expand the state's historic preservation tax credit and rewrote the legislation Thursday to render the program all but useless for the next 10 years.more »

SC's week of legislative action
The StateFebruary 25, 2012

It would also add state law enforcement officers and provide health insurance coverage to an additional 80000 children. EDUCATION STANDARDS: A Senate panel voted Thursday not to block the implementation in South Carolina of nationwide education ...more »

Sc'S Week of Legislative Action
WSAV-TVFebruary 24, 2012

According to a study by the Palmetto Trust for Historic Preservation, the measure would generate about $20 in revenue for every dollar of tax credit. VIDEO POKER: South Carolina banned video gaming a dozen years ago after a legal battle that went all ...more »

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