Table of Contents
Introduction by Richard Moe (Introduction: U.S. Mayors Celebrate Preservation) Preserving Providence’s Past to Create the City of the Future by Vincent A. Cianci, Jr. Cleveland: Our “Comeback” City Will Surprise You by Michael R. WhiteDenver: Preserving the Soul of the City by Wellington E. WebbLouisville: Bringing People Back to the City by Dave ArmstrongIn Historic Boston, Preservation Is a Way of Life by Thomas M. MeninoBeaufort: Caring for “the One We Love Best” by Bill RauchChicago: Leading America’s Urban Renaissance by Richard M. DaleyDallas: A New City Discovers Its Past by Ronald KirkPreservation Spurs Renaissance in Dayton by Mike TurnerCitizen Involvement Central to Preservation in Eugene by Jim TorreyPark City: Preservation Efforts of “Olympic” Proportions by Bradley A. OlchTulsa: Urban Neighborhoods Hold the Key to Smart Growth by M. Susan Savage
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