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As a result of Preservation Maryland and its many partners’ ongoing advocacy, six projects across Maryland recently received over $9 million in historic tax credit funding. As a result, over $73 million worth of projects will move forward – underscoring the significance of preservation advocacy and power of revitalization incentives.

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President & CEO Nicholas Redding testified today, in front of the federal subcommittee on National Parks, Forests, and Public Lands (NPFPL), in support of  H.R. 4494 to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to acquire land in Frederick County for the Historic Preservation Training Center (HPTC) of the National Park Service. 

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UPDATE 11/10/21:Thank you to everyone who participated in the survey to identify historically significant schools. Preservation Maryland, through a grant from the Maryland Historical Trust’s Historic Preservation Non-Capital Grant program, is working with our consultant at Cox|McLain Environmental Consulting, Inc. to conduct a Study to document the architecture and history of public K-12 schools built in Maryland before 1980. The request for submissions yielded close to 100 responses identifying over 100 unique schools around Maryland. We thank everyone who participated for helping to strengthen this project which will provide a framework for evaluating the architectural and historic significance of the state’s public schools and a roadmap for future preservation activities. We will keep you updated on this project through our newsletter and social media.

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Last week, the House Ways and Means Committee passed infrastructure budget reconciliation legislation that includes provisions to expand the federal Historic Tax Credit.  Unfortunately, current negotiations with leadership to reduce the cost and scope of the bill means that all historic tax credit provisions are in jeopardy.

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