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Maintaining Neighborhood Character

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Many historic neighborhoods have lost long-familiar structures to McMansions and other buildings out of step with local character. Learn how to make historic preservation part of your community’s plan for growth and change.

Published by APA Education, 2007

Format: Streaming Media, 0 minutes


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Many historic neighborhoods have lost long-familiar structures to McMansions and other buildings out of step with local character. Is that the price of progress? Can your community hold onto its history while embracing the future? Learn how to make historic preservation part of your community’s plan for growth and change.

Co-sponsors: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and the National Alliance of Preservation Commissions

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Speakers:
Katie Hatt, Longfellow Community Council, Minneapolis; Nore V. Winter, Winter & Company; Jim Lindberg, National Trust for Historic Preservation; Carolyn Torma, moderator, American Planning Association

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