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Adams and fellow preservationist Fleming (seen at the July protest in the YouTube video below) pointed out that similar historic houses in the United Kingdom managed by the National Trust often highlight the residents who still live in them.
That same year, Schreck—a bar regular and ardent preservationist—stepped in as owner, pledging to preserve the historic décor and the 6,000 or so inscribed cardboard shamrocks that lined the ceilings.
Despite the uncertainty generated by the new tax bill, historic preservationists were thankful that projects with tax credit financing that are already underway, like the Cubs’ ongoing renovation of Wrigley, still will be covered by the old rules.
From a language preservationist’s perspective, this is a precarious situation.
Some politicians and preservationists, meantime, say the statues are deeply entangled with Southern heritage and that taking them down erases the significance of these figures from history.
Their environmental voting record ratings from the California League of Conservation Voters won’t endear them to coastal preservationists, either.
Hundreds of Katy-area homes flooded as a result of the August visit by Hurricane Harvey, but only one of them represents a loss to preservationists as well as the homeowners.
Also at the press conference Monday were civic leader, philanthropist and preservationist Christina Lee Brown; Vital Sites board chairman Charles Cash, and Vital Sites founder Valle Jones, a co-developer of Whiskey Row.
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