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Most of the property at 609 Blankenbaker sits atop a hill near a trendy location where some of Louisville's wealthiest home owners dwell, and preservationists want to save the Moore house.
Preservationists usually don’t bat an eye when a gas station meets the grim reaper, since most are cheap and forgettable (and certainly don’t add to the pedestrian experience).
Pritzker, one of the heirs to the Hyatt hotel chain fortunes, is a longtime preservationist, Republican and founder of the Pritzker Military Museum and Library in Chicago.
McGill, 55 years old and African American, is a preservationist and plantation museum docent from the Charleston area.
Preservationists requested an archeological investigation before any construction begins.
Local preservationists have requested that part of the existing hospital be preserved once the new medical center opens.
It was sold dirt cheap to the local preservationists 23 years ago.
The QuikTrip expansion is one of several development proposals that Westport area residents and preservationists are fighting because of concerns about traffic, density and loss of the character of Old Westport.
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: someone who works to preserve something (such as a building or an area of land)
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