2012 Perspectives

 

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January • 2012
Heritage Program Announces Major Changes, CRS Approaches 40th Anniversary, Round 7 of State Tax Credits, Local Communities Receive Funding for Downtown Revitalization, Residential Project in PlayhouseSquare, Preservation + Sustainability Update, Seneca Courthouse Update (is Lorain County Courthouse Next?)

February • 2012
John Marshall High School to be Demolished, Heritage Progam Loan Terms More Affordable, Heritage Program Expands to Cleveland Wards 5 and 11, Ohio Historical Society adds Check-off on State Tax Form, New Trust Report on Sustainability, League Park Restoration to Begin, Home Repair Resource Center Helps Residents, Volunteers Needed for Cleveland Heights App, New Book Focuses on South Euclid, CRS Honorary Life Trustee Judge Burke Honored

March • 2012
Heritage Program Now Available in Cleveland Wards 13 and 19, Doan Electric Building Demolished, May Company Building Advocacy Update, Stanley Block Status, Senators Come Together to Support Preservation, Brief on "Improving Energy Efficiency in Historic Buildings" Updated, 2012 National Lobby Day, Round 8 of State Tax Credit Open, Cleveland Heights' Bungalows Featured in Magazine

April • 2012
New Lower Rates for Heritage Loans, 2011 Report on Federal Tax Credit, CAC Annual Report Released, In Memoriam: Judge Lillian Burke

May • 2012
National Preservation Month, Heritage Program Expands to Cleveland Wards 9, 16 and 17, Heritage Program Rate Drops to 2%, Abandoned Buildings Documented, State Tax Credit Update, Former Bank in Larchmere Neighborhood has New Owner, New Recommendations to the National Register, Lorain County History Center Opens

June • 2012
2012 Preservation Award Winners, CAC Creates Video about CRS, CRS Forms New Subsidiary for Heritage Program, National Trust President Delivers Speech at Heritage Ohio Conference, New Report on Preservation and Rightsizing, Richard Florida Article on Movement Back to Cities, Preservation and the 2012 Webby Awards, 2011 State Tax Credit Report, Advocacy for Neighborhood Infrastruction Assistance Program Legislation, Heritage Ohio's 2012 Preservation Awards, Ohio's 2012 "Top Opportunities", Cuyahoga County Courthouse Centennial

July • 2012
National Rightsizing Task Force Visits Cleveland, CRS President Appears on The Sound of Ideas, Heritage Program Expands to North Royalton, South Euclid, and Westlake, Free Webinar Features Heritage Program, Next Round of State Tax Credits Awarded, Zoar Named to 2012 11 Most Endangered List, Murals at John Marshall High School Confirmed, Cleveland Ward 8 Landmark Advocacy Update, St. Luke's Rehabilitation in Photos, Cleveland's New Hostel

August • 2012
Advocacy for Euclid Avenue Church of God, National Book Tour Stops in Cleveland, Thanks for Supporting CRS's Calfee Benefit, Report on Federal Tax Credit Released, Ohio Arts Council Supports CRS, New Nominations to the National Register, Jones Home Historic District Announced, Envisioning the Detroit-Superior Bridge, AIA Cleveland Book Drive, Lakewood's St. James Featured in Preservation Magazine, Trail Mix - Peninsula, Mantua Center School

September • 2012
CRS President Marks 25th Anniversary, Heritage Program Update, Round 9 State Tax Credit Update, AIA Convention Call for Volunteers, AIA Book Drive, Cleveland Museum of Art Atrium Opens, Petition to Save Telling Mansion, Senator Brown to Help Save Zoar, Opportunity to Work with Lustron Home

October • 2012
Join the Discussion about the Federal Tax Credit, 40th Anniversary Community Luncheon, Wolfe Music Building, Green Retrofitting Surpasses New Green Construction, New Landmarks Recommended in Ward 8, Stefanik Statue in University Circle, Cleveland Council Report on Demolition, Trust’s Main Street Transition, 2014 World Monuments Watch Nominations, Ohio History Fund Program, Heritage Ohio Call for Session Proposals, Cleveland Foundation Honored, In Memoriam: Jack Boucher, News from the Sarah Benedict House, Perspectives Issues Archived, Building with Nature Symposium

November • 2012
CRS’s 40th Anniversary Community Luncheon, Transportation Assistance Program Guidance Issued, Petition to Rehear Boardwalk Case Denied, Two Local Projects Gain National Recognition, New National Landmarks, National Trust Properties Weather Storm, OHPO Preservation Awards, Change to State Tax Credit, Building Doctor Program in Magazine, CRS Looks at John Jay Murals, League Park Restoration Groundbreaking, Shaker Boulevard a Top Ten Great Street, FutureHeights Auction Open, National Register Building Demolished in Burton, Ravenna Flagpole Endangered, CRS Trustee Jason Jones Promoted, In Memoriam: William Joseph, Oberlin Heritage Center Expands Hours, Towpath Trek

December • 2012
Holiday Happenings, 40th Anniversary Luncheon Recap, 40th Anniversary Legacy Project, 2013 Preservation Award Nominations Due, National Trust Seeking Nominations for 11 Most Endangered, Insider’s Take on Federal Tax Reform, Final Push for CAPP Co-sponsors, Rypkema Receives National Award, Arts & Culture Roundtable, RFP for Stager-Beckwith Mansion, Dimit Architects in News, Heritage Ohio 2013 Training Dates

 




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