Tagged as Six-to-Fix

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is conducting a statewide public survey to help set their priorities in land acquisition, conservation, and recreation — there are several questions related to the maintenance and interpretation of historic sites so it’s a great opportunity to show how important Maryland history is to you.

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Announced as a Six-to-Fix project in 2017, Preservation Maryland has been working very closely with the Greater Hampden Heritage Alliance to tell the story of the history of the Jones Falls mills to residents and visitors to the area alike.

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Architectural documentation is often one of the first steps to a preservation rehabilitation project! At the nearly 200 year old structure of the Dielman Inn in New Windsor, Maryland, documentation was essential to understanding the evolution of the building over time before beginning a complex reuse project.

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The neighborhoods nearby the historic Glenn Dale Hospital have been a vital force in advocating for its reuse and evolution to again serve the community. In a responsive effort to keep stakeholders informed, the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission and the Alexander Company have launched a new project website.

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