2009 Perspectives

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January • 2009
Preservation Opportunities in 2009, President-elect Obama and Preservation, New Legislation and Vacant Buildings, Cuyahoga County Land Bank, 2009 Cuyahoga County Budget, St. Paul Shrine Illuminated, Infill in University Circle, Inglewood Historic District Nominated, Cleveland Heights High School Clock Tower, Geneva Receives Large State Grant, Streetsboro House Receives Funding

February • 2009
Mall Site Chosen for Convention Center, 2009 Distinctive Destinations Listed, Ohio Historical Society Budget Cuts, Ohio Restores Residential Solar Grants, Mayor Jackson Seeks Funds for Demolition, Countering Foreclosure in Cleveland Heights, Oberlin Heritage Center Wins National Honor

March • 2009
Federal Tax Credits for Energy Efficiency, OHPO Relocating, New Report on Ohio’s History, Murrell-Capers Home Landmarked, New Initiative to Prevent Foreclosure in Cleveland, Possible Budget Cuts at CSU

April • 2009
Saving Church Interiors, Federal Preservation News, Ohio Memory Database Online, Bracy Lewis Honored, Shaker Heights Color Guide Available, New Life for Oberlin Theater, Akron Schoolhouse to be Restored

May • 2009
New CRS Logo and Branding, St. Colman and St. Ignatius of Antioch Saved from Closing, National Preservation Month, 11 Most Endangered List Released, Federal Energy and Climate Change Proposal, National Park Service Stimulus Funding, “In Their Path” Update

June • 2009
Oberlin Joins Heritage Home Program(SM), 2009 Preservation Award Winners, “Green” Legislation Introduced, Trust Forum Journal Issue Focuses on Preservation and Sustainability, Rypkema Speech Online Highlights Preservation as Strategy for Transforming Economy, Cleveland Artists Foundation Celebrates 25th Anniversary, Akron Schoolhouse Project

July • 2009
Save America’s Treasures and Preserve America Update, State Tax Credit Update, Ohio Historical Society Funding Threatened, New Cleveland Ordinance, Cleveland Trust Tower Deal Falls Through, Euclid Avenue Master Plan, Countering Foreclosure in Cleveland Heights Update, Akron’s Cascade Mills, John Debo to Retire, In Memoriam: Tim Elliot

August • 2009
State Tax Credit Update, 2009 CLG Grants, Ohio Historical Society Responds to Cuts, Ohio Arts Council Survives Budget Cuts, New Fundraising Publications, Michigan Sustainable Jobs Training Program

September • 2009
Cuyahoga County Juvenile Justice Center, Seneca County Courthouse Saved, Akron’s Main-Exchange District Nominated to National Register, ASM International Headquarters Nominated to National Register, In Memoriam: Bill Laidlaw, Online Weatherization Guide, Trust Forum Journal Issue Focuses on Responding to Economic Downturn, Medina Recognized by Money Magazine

October • 2009
Advocacy for Federal Rehab Tax Credit,, 2008 State Tax Credit Report, OHS Selects New Director, ECO-Link Program Announced, Fund for Our Economic Future Awards $2.2M, Kucinich Proposes Strategy for Saving Churches, Hanna Theatre Receives Award, 2009 Shaker Heights Award Winners

November • 2009
Southworth House Receives National Preservation Award, Moe Announces Retirement, Community Restoration and Revitalization Act, Executive Order to Green Federal Buildings, Ohio History Initiative Needs Support, State Tax Credit Update, 2009 OHPO Awards, Cleveland Play House Update, Bailey Building Redevelopment Underway in Lakewood

December • 2009
CRS Website Update, Tax Credit for Storm Windows and Doors, 2010 – 14 State Preservation Plan, Cleveland Public Auditorium Threatened, Three Landmarks to be Demolished for Inner Belt Bridge, Famicos Foundation Turns 40, Grant W. Deming Forest Hill Allotment in Cleveland Heights Considered for National Register, Oberlin Bank Building to be Restored

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