Nominations for Annual Historic Preservation Award

Sharon

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Staff member
PREMO Member
The St. Mary’s County Historic Preservation Commission is seeking nominations for the its Annual Historic Preservation Awards. Established in the spring of 1999, these awards recognize outstanding achievement and excellence in the field of historic preservation in St. Mary’s County.

Awards are offered in three categories: the Preservation Project Award recognizes excellence in the preservation and restoration of historic buildings, interpretation of architectural features in new construction and adaptive re-use of historic structures. A photo of the project must accompany the nomination form.

The Preservation Service Award recognizes outstanding achievement in and support of furthering the aims of historic preservation in St. Mary’s County, including education, research, development, planning, advocacy, and community leadership. Individuals, businesses, and organizations are eligible for the award.

The Lifetime Achievement Award is given to a recipient who has dedicated many years of his/her life in a worthy preservation cause, and made an impact to preservation efforts in St. Mary’s County. Work must span a period of time no less than twenty (20) years and can include various projects accomplished throughout the years.

Nomination forms are available on the Historic Preservation Commission webpage, at the Department of Land Use and Growth Management’s reception area, and at all three St. Mary’s County Library branches. To download the form, log on to the county’s website at St. Mary's County Government and click on Boards and Commissions under the Government box. Completed nomination forms must be received by March 31, 2013.

For more information, contact Grace Mary Brady, Historic Preservation Planner, Department of Land Use and Growth Management, at (301) 475-4200 extension 1549.
 
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