Tagged as Rural Maryland Council

A large swath of the Appalachian Mountains crossing West Virginia and Maryland was recently designated by the National Park Service as a National Heritage Area to celebrate the forest’s natural beauty, historical role in providing natural resources fueling America’s growth, and an appreciation for the area’s unique mountain arts, music, and culture.

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The federal Opportunity Zones program is a new reinvestment and redevelopment tool that is available to nearly 150 designated areas of Maryland including many in rural areas of the state.

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03/12/2019
By Preservation Maryland

Announcing Five Rural Preservation Pop-Up Offices

Thanks to the generous support of the Rural Maryland Council, Preservation Maryland will again be hitting the road to setup temporary pop-up offices in rural parts of the state.

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As a part of Smart Growth Maryland’s ongoing efforts to support community revitalization across the state, Kimberly Golden Brandt, the Director of the program was recently appointed to serve on the City of Brunswick’s Preservation and Revitalization Committee, which met for the first time on February 5, 2019.

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