Deadline Extended for Transportation Sign-On Letter;Congressional Research Service Issues Section 106 Report; ACHP Seeks Chairman’s Award Nominees

Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 15, Number 25 – May 25, 2012 Deadline Extended for Transportation Sign-On Letter; Congressional Research Service Issues Positive Report Advisory Council Seeks Chairman’s Award Nominations The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation is seeking strong candidates for recognition through the Chairman’s Award for Achievement in Historic Preservation program in proximity to …

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Preservation Action and National Partners Unveil Transportation Sign-On Letter; House Passes Chimney Rock National Monument Bill

Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 15, Number 20 – May 18, 2012 Organizational Sign-On Letter Launched for Transportation Legislation Yesterday, Preservation Action launched an organizational sign-on letter along with the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers aimed at members of the Conference Committee tasked with working out …

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Transportation Conference Committee Holds First Meeting – Disagreement on Funding

Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 15, Number 19 – May 11, 2012 Transportation Conference Committee Holds First Meeting; Disagreement on Funding Tuesday, May 8th marked the opening meeting of House and Senate negotiations reconciling their respective transportation bill into one. We have reported extensively on both versions (and previous versions) of the legislation. To recap: …

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Transportation Conference Committee Meets Next Week; Historic Tax Credit Coalition Launches Mapping Tool

Preservation Action, Legislative Update Volume 15, Number 18 – May 4, 2012 Transportation Conference Committee to Meet Next Week On Tuesday of next week, the Conference Committee charged with reconciling the House and Senate passed transportation proposals is scheduled to meet. As we have been reporting, neither the House nor the Senate bills are perfect …

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