2011 Perspectives

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January • 2011
CRS President to be Visiting Scholar in Rome, Heritage Ohio Offers Webinar Series, Comment on New Federal Guidelines for School Siting, Find us on Facebook

February • 2011
CRS Celebrates African American History Month, Federal Budget Update, Statehood Day in Ohio, New Study on Sustainability and Preservation, Cleveland Council Supports Ohio Preservation Tax Credit, Tips to be More Sustainable at Home, New Booklet on Demolition by Neglect

March • 2011
CRS President Returns from Italy, Stanley Block Up for Local Designation, Federal Budget Update, America’s Great Outdoors Report Released

April • 2011
Cleveland Church Window Legislation Delayed, Impact of Public Funding on Local Arts & Culture, State Tax Credit Update, OAC Testimony Heard Before Ohio House Subcommittee, CRS Receives Victorian Society Award, “Sleeping in Slave Cabins” Update, AIA Cleveland 2011 Architecture & Design Month

May • 2011
Heritage Home Program(SM) Offers Help, National Preservation Month, Federal Preservation Funding Update, 2011 Preservation Award Winners, Inner Belt Project Update, Economics of Preservation Handout Online, “Greening the Skyline” Article Online, Federal Reserve Video Features Cleveland, New LiveCLEVELAND! Guide, Albano Receives Rome Prize, Ohio City Neighborhood Launches New Identity, St. Hedwig Opens as Museum, St. Luke’s Hospital to be Redeveloped, Cleveland Heights Launches Smartphone App

June • 2011
Casino Area Advocacy Update, 2011 Preservation Award Winners, Advocacy for State Historic Tax Credit, NPS Releases New Sustainability and Preservation Guidelines, Main Streets Conference Sessions Online, CSU to Move into Historic Building on Euclid

July • 2011
Columbia Building to be Demolished for Casino Parking, State Treasurer Doubles CRS Support to $10M Annually, 2011 11 Most Endangered Released, Preservation = Jobs Report Released, State of Main Street Report Optimistic, Midtown Cleveland to Rehab 7000 Euclid Avenue, Doan Classroom in Glenville to be Rehabbed, ASM International Headquarters to be Rehabbed, Akron Landmark Connects to Towpath Trail, Architect-Designed Birdhouses on Display at Botanical Garden

August • 2011
E. 108th Street Houses Endangered, Next Round of State Tax Credit Awards Announced, Federal Preservation Legislation Update, In Memoriam: Ruth Durack, CRS Annual Meeting Summary, CRS Annual Report Available Online, New Bike Rack at the Sarah Benedict House

September • 2011
Magnolia-Wade Park Historic District Designation Passes City Council, Federal Report on Preservation Released, Future of Closing Post Offices, Searching for Memories and Photos of “The Library” Bar, TEDxCLE Talks Online, Lakewood Holds Preservation Meeting, Upson House Buzz

October • 2011
Endangered Sacred Landmarks Update, Wolfe Music Store Threatened with Demolition, Tudor Arms Finds New Life as Hotel, Allen Theatre Revived, Transformer Station Gallery, Tax Credits and Historic Designation up in Air Over Skywalk, Warehouse District Before/After Images, Energy Efficiency for Smaller Commercial Buildings, Brownfield Revolving Loan Fund Expanded to Address Lead Paint, Heritage Home Program(SM) Expands to Canton

November • 2011
Cleveland School of the Arts Scheduled for Demolition, Franklin Boulevard House Demolished, Pat Eldredge Honored by OHPO at Annual Award Ceremony, NPS Denies Casino Skywalk, Mayor Jackson Wants Unified Public Square, Cleveland School District Considers Options with Board of Education Building, Trust and EPA Release New Information on the Importance of Community-Centered Schools to Personal and Communal Health, Cleveland Cemeteries to be Repaired, Commissioners Vote to Demolish Seneca County Courthouse

December • 2011
Cleveland Councilman to Nominate Four Buildings for Designation, Walker & Weeks-Designed Building on CSU Campus Threatened, Italianate on Superior Condemned, Old Forest City Brewery Threatened, CRS is Newest Contributor to Cleveland Area History Blog, Petition Against Demolition of Churches, Measuring Section 106 Due Diligence, Changes to Federal Tax Credit Applications, New National Register Nominations, Akron Redevelopment Plan, Seneca County Courthouse Update

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