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As tax reform moves forward and the future of the federal Historic Tax Credit remains uncertain, Donovan Rypkema of PlaceEconomics discusses why preserving historic places makes good economic sense and the value that the credit adds to community revitalization across the country.

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Preservation Maryland convened dozens of volunteers at the historic Mt. Hope Baptist Church in Charles County this October for a volunteer workday addressing church history, cemetery conservation, archaeology, and historic preservation projects.

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The City of Baltimore and the City of Cambridge, Maryland both recently adopted resolutions calling on Congress to save the critically important federal Historic Tax Credit.

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Since 1997, the Heritage Fund grant program has distributed over a million dollars in direct support for historic preservation projects in Maryland! This November, the selection committee awarded nearly $150,000 to ten deserving and unique projects across the state.

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