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74 percent of Howard County voters support alternatives to demolishing large portions of Ellicott City’s historic district, according to a poll released today by Preservation Maryland. 

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Preservation Maryland and local, state and regional partners are continuing to support efforts to protect historic Ellicott City – and are working hard to provide viable alternatives to the demolition plan currently being pursued by Howard County.

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As part of a continued presence in support of historic Ellicott City, Preservation Maryland and Historic Ellicott City, Inc. created and funded the Historic Ellicott City Revitalization Grant Program to support projects in the community.

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As part of a continuous role in the flood recovery efforts in historic Ellicott City, Preservation Maryland and Historic Ellicott City, Inc. partnered in creating the Historic Ellicott City Revitalization Grant Program in 2017. One of those funded bricks-and-mortar projects has been completed at the atop Main Street at St. Luke’s A.M.E. Church.

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As part of a continuous role in the flood recovery efforts in historic Ellicott City, Preservation Maryland and Historic Ellicott City, Inc. partnered in creating the Historic Ellicott City Revitalization Grant Program in 2017. One of those funded bricks-and-mortar projects has been completed at the offices of the Patapsco Heritage Greenway along Tonge Row.

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In response to the latest proposal to demolish large portions of the Ellicott City historic district, Preservation Maryland published a Special Report outlining the economic value of Ellicott City and viable alternatives to demolition.

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Preservation Maryland, the statewide non-profit preservation advocacy organization, issued the following statement today in response to Howard County’s $50 million proposed demolition plan for Ellicott City:

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Historic Ellicott City, Inc. has announced the location of their Decorator Show House, an long-standing annual event, that highlights the architecture and interior design of an exception historic home. This year, Wilderness Farm will be the location of the event and proceeds will support flood relief efforts in historic downtown Ellicott City.

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Two days after the recent flooding in historic Ellicott City, Preservation Maryland Executive Director Nicholas A. Redding joined host Bryan Nehman on WBAL 1090 News Now radio to discuss the cause and possible recovery strategies.

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Main Street, Ellicott City, Ca. 1890, Library of Congress

05/31/2018
By Nicholas A. Redding

Op-Ed: The Future of Ellicott City

When, a week ago today, I last visited Ellicott City, I found a community full of hope and potential. Just two years shy of the devastating 2016 flood, Main Street bustled with activity and new life. Just a few short days later, that new reality was shattered by a ferocious wall of water.

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