author of The Economics of Historic Preservation: A Community Leader’s Guide
(The National Trust for Historic Preservation, 1994)
- Direct a complete California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) analysis of all historic preservation alternatives, including both preservation in situ (onsite) and relocation for preservation
- Make the historic preservation of the century-old "Warner-Nichols" Wintersburg property a priority
- Deny demolition of historically significant buildings located on the Warner-Nichols property, including the Furuta family home and barn, and the Wintersburg Japanese Presbyterian Mission, manse and Church
- Go to http://huntingtonbeachca.gov/HBPublicComments/
- Click on "Make a service request - Agenda & Public Hearing Comments"
- Select request: "Comment"
- Select: "City Council - Agenda & Public Hearing Comments"
- You may attach a letter/document, or, write your comments in the comment form
- Your comments are automatically forwarded to all city council members, the city manager's office and the city clerk's office
Editor's note: Readers can find the full article, Economic Benefits of Preservation Session, “Sustainability and Historic Preservation by Donovan Rypkema posted on the website of the Preservation Action Council of San Jose at http://www.preservation.org/rypkema.htm
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