On October 1, 2018, CB75-2018 was introduced during a legislative session of the Howard County Council. This new legislation could radically upend over forty years of preservation planning and investment in one fell swoop.
Preservation Trades Network will host their annual International Preservation Trades Workshop in partnership with the National Park Service Historic Preservation Training Center in Frederick, Maryland this year at the end of October.
Canal Place Heritage Area was Maryland’s first state heritage area and built on the cultural resources of the City of Cumberland like the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad and public and private investments to create a cultural tourism destination. The Maryland Heritage Areas Authority will host a public hearing to expand the Area’s boundary and accompanying support to include the historic City of Frostburg.
In advance of this evening’s meeting of the Howard County Council, during which funding for demolition of historic structures will be considered, Preservation Maryland issued the following statement: