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TUNE IN: Maintaining Livability in Historic Downtowns

Legacy cities like Charleston and New Orleans are no strangers to the economic and cultural benefits of historic preservation. For many main streets, it spurs growth and investment, bringing new businesses, residents, and tourists. The cities with some of the oldest preservation movements have seen these benefits for more than 100 years.

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Nominations are now open for our annual Best of Maryland awards.

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Preservation Maryland’s CEO Nicholas Redding and Frederick County Executive Jessica Fitzwater today recognized area farmers from the newly authorized Peace and Plenty Rural Historic District located in the New Market District of southwestern Frederick County, Maryland that includes eight farms and one agricultural lime plant on over 1,000 acres of land.

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Preservation Maryland is pleased to announce the addition of Maggie Pelta-Pauls, who joins the Historic Property Redevelopment team supporting rehabilitation projects and policy research to create more equitable, sustainable, and livable communities throughout the state.

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