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Columns: June 2009

President Obama’s stimulus package, The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, allocates tens of billions of dollars to fund “shovel-ready” projects – improvements to our transportation and infrastructure systems, to our children’s schools, and to our downtowns and main streets. These projects will have an immediate impact on strengthening local economies. They also present the preservation […]

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Reduce, Reuse, Rehab: Historic Preservation and the Green Rehabilitation of Affordable Housing

The concept of a historic home often conjures up images of pristine columns, sweeping vistas, and exquisitely detailed facades, as seen in famous properties like Mount Vernon or Monticello. While many historic homes in the United States do in fact feature intricate decoration and grand swaths of land, the predominant concepts of historic homes often […]

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