Advocacy Alert

Representative Chatfield has confirmed in a letter to constituents that although he worked “exceedingly hard to strike a balance with this legislation (HB 5232), …I have been unable to adequately satisfy many of the concerns of my constituents.” He has decided to “indefinitely suspend consideration of HB 5232 and the conversation of reform to the Michigan Historic Preservation Act.”

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Michigan State Historic Preservation Office:

National Organizations:

State Organizations:

Local/Regional History Resources

Eastern Michigan University’s Historic Preservation Program:

Hands-On Preservation Sites and Issues:

Michigan Buildings and Places Videos:

NTHP online resources:

 

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