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By July 1978, with the Knights' lease expiring and Marquette anxious to get on with its expansion plans, preservationists began marshaling their forces to save the building — and seeking stronger tools to save the city's history.
Denial recommended for house relocation City officials also are recommending the council deny a preservationist’s request to move a historical home to a downtown property.
Jordan Buie/USA Today Network Tennessee NASHVILLE — Award-winning singer-songwriter John Hiatt has sold his Leipers Fork property known as Covered Bridge Farm to a Williamson County land preservationist for $2.15 million.
But preservationists contend the structure is historic and that the owner should not have the right to destroy it.
Traditionally, the foundation’s role in local real estate has consisted of buying dilapidated historic properties and pairing them with like-minded preservationist owners.
Earlier this year, Akasheh was among 10 preservationists honored at the 13th International Conference on the History and Archaeology of Jordan.
Bristol Hospital had made a pitch to buy Bingham, demolish it and build a medical office complex, but preservationists held out for a way to preserve the building, which dates to 1916.
By midmorning, accolades and affectionate remembrances were pouring in from diplomats and preservationists, Afghan officials and Western friends spanning several eras.
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