With traditional, in-person public meetings on hold for the foreseeable future, local preservation commissions and advocates are exploring new ways to conduct their work and engage community members. To inform these efforts, the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the National Alliance of Preservation Commissions (NAPC) are partnering on a two-part webinar series on how to plan and implement effective virtual public meetings. Part 1 of the series took place on May 18th and focused on the legal issues involved in adapting local preservation commission activities to the crisis. Part 2 of the webinar, Learning from the Field will include results from a NAPC survey of members, examples from local practitioners, and lessons learned to date that can be applied now and in the future.Speakers: Robin Ziegler, Nashville Metropolitan Historic Zoning CommissionWade Brodhead, City of Florence, ColoradoDana Marks, Town of Wellesley, MassachusettsJim Lindberg, National Trust for Historic PreservationThis webinar is part of a series by Preservation Leadership Forum dedicated to supporting the preservation community during the coronavirus pandemic.#Webinar#Technology#historicpreservationcommissions#NAPC
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