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    Share Your Preservation Story: Unionville Tavern

    by  • May 15, 2014 • Share Your Ohio Preservation Story •  Comments

    April 29, 2014

    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.” It appears that one of our endangered properties from 2013 is in […]

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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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    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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