I have been invited to write a column over at the Raleigh Public Record about urban issues in Raleigh. I plan to elaborate more on some of the thoughts that make it here on the blog and others that don’t. I’m hoping this challenge will push me to get out more, gather more data, and talk to more people in order to inform and get people thinking.
In the first article, I talk about historic preservation and what citizens can do to preserve buildings threatened by “progress.”
Whether you know it or not, citizens can nominate structures and work with the commission in order to seek approval for historic designation. This action could possibly save a building from the wrecking ball. Landmarked structures qualify for preservation review and some can be protected.
- Buried Tracks In The Warehouse District (February 25, 2010, 5 Comments)
- Worth Bagley Statue (May 16, 2010, 0 Comments)