The 2018 Session of the Maryland General Assembly came to a close on Monday, April 9, 2018. Here at Preservation Maryland, the last day of Session known as Sine Die, marks the end of a busy three months of advocating for sound preservation policy. We are happy to report that we and our colleagues were able to accomplish some significant advances for preservation in Maryland:
This year’s Session of the Maryland General Assembly is more than a half way concluded. With less than a month remaining, Preservation Maryland and our partners have been hard at work to get several key pieces of preservation policy passed into law.
Preservation Maryland has been working hard on two important pieces of legislation to improve our state Historic Tax Credit program. With the Maryland General Assembly in Session for just over a month more, now is a great time to contact your legislators and ask them to support historic preservation in Maryland. Here’s how:
A pro-preservation piece of state legislation in support of increased funding for the state Historic Tax Credit has been picked up by the Maryland League of Conservation Voters as part of their influential weekly list of bills that impact Maryland’s environment — helping to continue to make the connection that the greenest building is the one that is already built.