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Press Release | Washington, DC | June 21, 2019
Restoration Work Begins at Chicago’s South Side Community Art Center Renowned arts center to receive window restoration and façade cleaning as part of larger rehabilitation effort
Press Release | Silver Spring, Maryland | May 31, 2019
Mallows Bay-Potomac River Takes Important Step Toward First New Marine Sanctuary in 19 Years New sanctuary in Chesapeake Bay watershed will protect the “Ghost Fleet” of more than 200 shipwrecks
Press Release | Washington, DC | May 30, 2019
Nashville’s Music Row Named One of America’s Most Endangered Historic Places National organization sounds alarm; calls for revisions to Music Row Vision Plan and city support for preservation tools to preserve and protect epicenter of American musical heritage.
Speech | San Francisco, California | November 14, 2018
PastForward 2018 Preservation Conference Stephanie K. Meeks Keynote Speech
Speech | Chicago, Illinois | November 15, 2017
PastForward 2017 Preservation Conference Stephanie K. Meeks Keynote Speech
Speech | San Francisco, California | January 9, 2017
The Past and Future City: Remarks by Stephanie Meeks SPUR (San Francisco Bay Area Planning and Urban Research Association)
Statement | Washington, DC | May 31, 2019
Federal Appeals Court Denies Dominion Energy’s Request for Rehearing RE: Vacated Permit for James River Transmission Towers Joint Statement by the National Trust for Historic Preservation and Preservation Virginia
Statement | Washington, DC | May 20, 2019
National Trust: Bill Would Encourage Greater Investment in Historic Main Streets Statement by Paul Edmondson, interim president and CEO of the National Trust for Historic Preservation
Statement | Washignton, DC | March 12, 2019
Congress’ Public Lands Package a Victory for America’s Cultural Heritage Statement by Paul Edmondson, interim president of the National Trust for Historic Preservation