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Preservation Maryland strongly supports the rehabilitation and reuse of the Bel-Loc Diner, a Parkville, Maryland landmark for over 50 years. We believe that Starbucks and Baltimore County officials can achieve the laudable goal of revitalization without the demolition of this important vestige of the recent past.

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06/29/2016
By Nicholas A. Redding

The Work is Never Done

It’s been said that one of the great things about the National Park idea is that the work’s never done – it’s simply never finished.

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07/07/2016
By Preservation Maryland

The Bel-Loc Diner Matters

Advocacy matters, and your advocacy is helping us make the case for saving the iconic Bel-Loc Diner!

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07/23/2016
By Preservation Maryland

The Point of Preservation

Preservation Maryland’s local partners at the Preservation Alliance of Baltimore County put together a phenomenal Op-Ed on the role, value, and point of preservation — and have made yet another great case for adaptively reusing the iconic Bel-Loc Diner.

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12/12/2016
By Preservation Maryland

Federal Historic Tax Credit Threatened with Repeal

The federal rehabilitation tax credit is responsible for saving hundreds of historic buildings in Maryland and thousands more nationwide. With Congress poised to take up comprehensive tax reform, signals now point to a battle to save the tax credit from repeal. Fortunately, there is still time to save this program.

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Welcome to Preservation Maryland’s PreserveCast. I’m your host, Nick Redding. I’m very excited to welcome you to our very first episode…that’s how history is made with Preservation Maryland’s very first podcast. Listen in!

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In June 2016, Preservation Maryland made a stand for the value of the recent past by supporting the rehabilitation and reuse of the Bel-Loc Diner, a Parkville, Maryland landmark for over 50 years. The organization’s position was prompted by a plan to demolish the iconic diner to create space for a mundane Starbucks franchise.

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