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Support PM While You Shop!

While its not even Halloween yet, we know the holidays are just around the corner! And if you are like many many other people who will shop online this year, consider using Amazon Smile and support Preservation Massachusetts at the same time. Amazon Smile is the same Amazon site but a portion of the sale is donated back to us and thousands of other charities across the country. Use the link above to visit Amazon Smile and select Preservation Massachusetts as the charity you want to support. Your donations ensure that we are able to provide technical assistance, mentoring, advocacy and leadership for preservation in our communities statewide!

Join Us! 2017 Annual Meeting

Join Preservation Massachusetts on Thursday, November 9 for our 2017 Annual Meeting from 5 - 7:30 pm at the Worcester Historical Museum. In addition to looking back over the past year at our accomplishments and opportunities that lay ahead, we will also be presenting the findings from our Cruising the Commonwealth Summer Tour. The goal of the tour was to reconnect with our preservation partners but to also identify the top preservation "priorities" that we can work on collectively as a preservation community. We encourage all who are involved or interested in preservation, cultural heritage, historic landscapes and more to join us on November 9 for an evening of networking, discussion, conne

NOW OR NEVER!!

This is not a drill! Last week the Republican Congressional leadership and the Administration released the Tax Reform Framework, which did NOT include the federal historic tax credit. The tax reform outline does, however, explicitly preserve business credits in two areas where leaders believe tax incentives have proven effective: research and development (R&D) and low-income housing. This suggests there is an opportunity for action. It’s remarkable how the historic tax credit has positively impacted community economies across Massachusetts. Between 2002 and 2016 the historic tax credit has leveraged nearly $4.1 billion in development, created over 47,000 jobs and brought in over $839 mill

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