Legal Symposium: Creating, Defending, and Enforcing a Strong Historic Preservation Ordinance
Save the Date: June 11, 2016, 9-3 PM, Annapolis
This invitation-only symposium is intended for historic preservation commissioners, commission staff, city and county attorneys, and code enforcement staff. The full-day symposium will address the legal, political, and enforcement challenges in revising historic preservation ordinances and present creative solutions for addressing them.
The preliminary program includes keynotes by William Cook, Associate General Counsel at the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and Andrea Ferster, nationally-respected historic preservation attorney with specialty in enforcement of local ordinances; speaker Bill Henry, City of Baltimore Councilman; a session on model ordinances led by Nell Ziehl, Chief of the Office of Planning, Education, and Outreach at the Maryland Historical Trust; and a panel of Maryland commissioners and staff discussing successful public relations strategies.
Watch your email for an invitation and block off June 11th to be part of this important conversation. The symposium is eligible for CLG Educational and Training Funds reimbursement. Professional continuing education credits will also be available (in process).