Forum Bulletin

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For the past 20 years, preservation projects have benefited greatly from an unlikely source, funding made possible by federal transportation funding. The numbers are staggering. Of ...

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In November 2010 the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Guam Preservation Trust, and We Are Guåhan filed a major lawsuit against the U.S. Navy in federal court. The Complaint ...

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Part of the way through its battle to prevent commercial development at the Saugatuck Dunes Coastal Area, the Saugatuck Dunes Coastal Alliance and its supporters were thrown a curve ...

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In recent years, and despite a clear congressional policy of creating incentives for contributions of preservation easements, the Internal Revenue Service has engaged in a campaign ...

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The bursting of the housing bubble in 2008 has had a profound effect on many American cities. In some places, the collapse of the housing market has accelerated a process of decline, ...

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In Modesto, Calif., the city’s 1933 New Deal–era Beaux Arts main post office—complete with 1937 murals by Treasury Relief Arts Project artist Ray Boynton—is currently being offered ...

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We are running this spotlight on Preservation Action during its summer membership drive, to encourage support for both Preservation Action and the National Trust—and their collaboration ...

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Every June, people around the world organize Gay Pride parades and rallies to commemorate three historic days of rioting in New York City. In the early hours of June 28, 1969, the NYPD ...

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“Is preservation becoming a dangerous epidemic?” That question was posed by New York Times architecture critic Nicholai Ouroussoff in his recent review of the current exhibition Cronocaos ...

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Ever since the National Trust launched its first list of America's 11 Most Endangered Historic Places in 1988, dozens of state and local preservation organizations have developed and ...