Tuesday February 4, 2014 from 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM EST
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Governor Calvert House Ballroom 
58 State Circle
Annapolis, MD 21401

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Margaret De Arcangelis 
Preservation Maryland 
410-685-2886 ext. 302 

Maryland Heritage Legislative Briefing 

On Tuesday, February 4 join a broad coalition representing historic district commissions, heritage areas, Main Street communities, history museums, archaeologists and other heritage organizations to learn more about what is at stake in the 2014 Legislative Session and how you can help protect Maryland's valuable cultural resources.

Legislative Briefing 1:30 - 3:00pm
Governor Calvert House

Legislative Overview
The Honorable Maggie McIntosh, Chair, Environmental Matters Committee

What's at Stake?
Sustainable Communities Rehabilitation Tax Credit - Michael Day (Invited)
African American Heritage Preservation Program - Llyndra Pratt Marshall
Main Street Maryland - Amy Seitz
Maryland Heritage Areas - Richard Hughes
Maryland Humanities Council - Phoebe Stein

Lobbying 101
Elizabeth Hebron, Deputy Director, NCSHPO

Closing Remarks
Richard Hall, Secretary, Maryland Department of Planning

Direct Lobbying Opportunity 3:00 - 4:30pm
Call your senator's and delegates' office today to schedule a visit for February 4.

Maryland Historical Trust's Preservation Awards Ceremony 4:30-7:00pm
Governor Calvert House

End the day with a celebration of historic preservation efforts in Maryland and mingle with colleagues at a reception.  Advanced registration is required.

Heritage Council Members

Archeological Society of Maryland, Council for Maryland Archeology, Greater Baltimore History Alliance, Main Street Maryland, Maryland Association of Historic District Commissions, Maryland Association of History Museums, Maryland Coalition of Heritage Areas, Maryland Commission on African American History and Culture, Maryland Commission on Indian Affairs, Maryland Historical Society, Maryland Historical Trust, Maryland Humanities Council, and Preservation Maryland