On June 26, 2018, the National Trust for Historic Preservation listed the City of Annapolis, Maryland as one of America’s 11 Most Endangered Historic Places. Since its listing as a National Historic Landmark District in 1965, Annapolis has remained one of the most intact and authentic colonial towns in the entire nation — proposed rezoning puts it all at risk.
On June 13, Maryland Senator Ben Cardin joined with a bi-partisan group of legislators from around the nation to introduce legislation that would substantially improve the federal historic tax credit.
After startling and unnecessary demolition proposals were recently made public, Preservation Maryland is joining with its local partners at Baltimore Heritage, Greater Hampden Heritage Alliance and residents with the Woodberry Community Association to support the preservation of historic Woodberry.
The Maryland League of Conservation Voters Education Fund has just released a report, Vision 2025: Issue Guide, outlining major conservation issues that Maryland will face over the next four years – including the Historic Tax Credit.