Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Benefits of Preserving Local History

The City of Martinsville’s Architectural Review Board invites you to learn!

Spectrum Design Presents: What You Should Know about Historic Tax Credits

Thinking about restoring an old building? In today’s tough economy, understanding the benefits of historic preservation tax credits can mean the difference between tens of thousands of dollars saved or spent.

John Garland, President and Principal of Spectrum Design will present the advantages of tax credits when rehabilitating historic buildings, and offer insights about maximizing your investment. Learn the basics of tax rehabilitation programs, including which buildings qualify, and how to apply the process to your project.

Wednesday, February 25 from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. at the

New College Institute Classroom Building, Room 303
30 Franklin Street, Courthouse Square
Martinsville, Virginia 24112

As Martinsville and Henry County look to the future, this is a must-see presentation. This event is in partnership with the City of Martinsville! Space is limited, please RSVP to Susan McCulloch, Community Planner, in the Community Development office: (276) 403-5156 or smcculloch@ci.martinsville.va.us by February 20 to register!

Article contributed by: Susan McCulloch
Photo by: Martinsville Bulletin file photo
Posted by: Vicky Thomas

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