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    Round 11 Tax Credit Awards Announced

    by  • December 20, 2013 • MyHometownOhio •  Comments

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    What better time than Christmas to make an announcement that several pieces of Ohio’s built history are about ready to get a new lease on life? We’re thrilled to pass along the following press release from the Ohio Development Services Agency: “Today, the Ohio Development Services Agency awarded $33 million in Ohio Historic Preservation Tax […]

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    Share Your Ohio Preservation Story: Landmark Kent House Rescued, Undergoing Restoration

    by  • December 18, 2013 • Share Your Ohio Preservation Story, Uncategorized •  Comments

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    Preservation Ohio is looking for preservation-related stories from around Ohio. Our website features the link to “Share Your Ohio Preservation Story,” because “Preservation Ohio’s staff wants to help publicize a preservation story that’s near and dear to you and one you believe needs more attention.” And that’s just what Sally Burnell from Kent, Ohio did […]

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    Member Page Relaunched

    by  • December 12, 2013 • Featured •  Comments

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    We’re thrilled to share that the Preservation Ohio website Member Page has been relaunched! Each month, the page will be updated with the latest on grant and funding information, national and state preservation news, and advocacy alerts. We will also be sharing behind-the-scenes updates on Preservation Ohio activities. The page is visible and accessible by […]

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    Council Votes to Invest in Historic Depot

    by  • December 12, 2013 • MyHometownOhio •  Comments

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    Fans of Ohio rail history can take heart about a decision by a local city council this week to begin the process of stabilizing, maintaining, and renovating one of Ohio’s largest surviving railroad depots. On Tuesday evening, the City Council in Galion voted unanimously on its 2014 Appropriations, which included some $50,000 earmarked for the […]

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    OHSPAB Approves National Register Nominations

    by  • December 10, 2013 • MyHometownOhio •  Comments

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    On December 5, nominations for the National Register of Historic Places, either as individual structures or as districts, were approved by the Ohio Historic Site Preservation Advisory Board. These will be forwarded to the Ohio State Historic Preservation Officer, who will in turn make official nomination to the Keeper of the National Register. Included among […]

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    Ohio Historic Preservation Office Award Recipients Named, Honored

    by  • November 26, 2013 • MyHometownOhio •  Comments

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    Outstanding historic preservation achievements in communities throughout Ohio were honored with the 2013 Ohio Historic Preservation Office Awards on Saturday, Sept. 28. Ohio Historical Society Executive Director and State Historic Preservation Officer Burt Logan honored recipients with awards in two categories — Public Education and Awareness and Preservation Merit — during a luncheon at the […]

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    Call for Nominations

    by  • March 25, 2013 • Featured •  Comments

    Preservation Ohio is pleased to issue an official Call for Nominations to the 2013 List of Ohio’s Most Endangered Historic Sites. This important list highlights important pieces of Ohio history that face an uncertain future, and which deserve the attention of all Ohioans as remnants of the past that merit preservation. Each year, Ohio’s statewide […]

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    Building Doctor Featured in National Publication

    by  • January 15, 2013 • MyHometownOhio •  Comments

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    We in Ohio know about the longstanding successful program of the Ohio Historical Society, which has brought experts in preservation topics to communities around the state. Now, a wider audience is aware of the initiative. The program is a hands-on opportunity for property owners to learn about techniques in preserving older structures. On the first […]

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    Antioch College: Far From Endangered

    by  • January 7, 2013 • MyHometownOhio •  Comments

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    It wasn’t that many years ago when the campus of Antioch College was in a much different setting than it is today. In February of 2009, water leaks were discovered in the main building, Antioch Hall, an educational landmark dating back to the time of college founder Horace Mann. The leaks were part of a […]

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    Six Great Reasons

    by  • November 27, 2012 • Featured •  Comments

    Dear Members and Friends of Preservation Ohio: As 2012 winds to a close, we look back on an interesting year for preservation in Ohio and for Preservation Ohio itself. We are also looking forward to the possibilities in the year 2013. And as we look ahead, we’d like to share with you six great reasons […]

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