Potent Quotables

Historic preservation is investing and buying locally at the most basic level, conserving and enhancing buildings and neighborhoods resulting from previous public and private investment, creating local jobs, and providing updated spaces for living, working, dining, performing, learning and so much more.

– Amy Facca

Wrapping up the last week of Preservation Month with a very well written piece by Amy Facca as originally posted on PlannersWeb.com. Certainly worth reading the entire article as seen here:

http://plannersweb.com/2012/10/amy-facca-introduction/

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