2014 Montgomery County Awards for Historic Preservation

2014 Montgomery Preservation Awards

Date: Friday, March 27, 2015

Location: Historic Silver Spring B&O Railroad Station
8100 Georgia Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20910

Time: Reception and Refreshments: 6pm-7pm
Awards Program and Dessert: 7pm-8:30pm

Cost: Free (suggested donation: $15/person)

Parking: Handicapped on-site, others please use Fenton St. Public Garage across Georgia Ave.

Email RSVP to: Awards@montgomerypreservation.org
with number of guests attending

To honor and celebrate excellence in Historic Preservation, Montgomery Preservation cordially invites you to attend the 2014 Montgomery County Awards for Historic Preservation at the lovingly restored Silver Spring B&O Railroad Station on Friday, March 27, 6pm to 8:30pm.

 

 

 

 

Advocacy

Letter to Council President Rice and Members of the County Council, March 13, 2014 from MPI President Eileen McGuckian
FOR THE PUBLIC HEARING RECORD, PARKS PROPERTIES – 2/25/14-3/14/14
This additional submission for the public hearing record addresses all of the nomina-tions of park-owned properties for historic designation. In the three minutes allocated for oral testimony, Montgomery Preservation Inc. (MPI) could not adequately present the rationale behind the unanimous support of its Board of Directors for all eight properties. ...
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Letter to Council President Rice and Members of the County Council, March 12, 2014 from MPI President Eileen McGuckian
FOR THE PUBLIC HEARING RECORD, WHEATON YOUTH CENTER – 2/25/14-3/14/14 Montgomery Preservation Inc. (MPI) welcomes your concern about funding for maintenance of County-owned historic resources; it is indeed a major lack in the budget. Nonetheless, MPI asks for flexibility, that you keep the Wheaton Youth Center (WYC) standing and in full use as the new facility design goes forward over the next two years. ...
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Support MPI

There are many ways you can support MPI's preservation efforts. Become a member of MPI or donate to the Wayne Goldstein Memorial Fund or the Robert P. Davis Memorial Fund.