Preservation Law

Who doesn’t love the look of historic areas like Cherokee Triangle and the Iron Quarter? They both bring out the personality of our city and bring in tourism. But how are these sites saved and preserved in the first place? In reality, it’s a continuing behind-the-scenes battleground between many differing stakeholders. Join us Tuesday as we discuss preservation law and what it means for Louisville.  Listen to the Show
  Photo by Joel Neild

Related Links:

Historic Preservationists Gather This Week in Bardstown

Kentucky Historic Preservation officers will flock to Bardstown later this week for an industry conference. Held every two years, the conference is also open to those who aren’t in the industry and just want to learn about the process of gaining historic preservation status. Kentucky Heritage Council Acting Executive Director Mark Dennon says the Bluegrass… Continue reading Historic Preservationists Gather This Week in Bardstown