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Tomorrow's Legacy: Oklahoma's Statewide Preservation Plan

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1:30 p.m., Thursday September 12
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The State Historic Preservation Office, Oklahoma Historical Society (SHPO),
is updating Tomorrow's Legacy: Oklahoma's Statewide Preservation Plan (State
Plan) and your participation in the process is needed. We invite you to
attend a public discussion about accomplishments in the preservation of
Oklahoma's heritage, continuing and new challenges to the preservation of
our important historic places, and goals and objectives for the statewide
historic preservation program for the next five years. The discussion will
be held at 1:30pm on Thursday, September 12, 2013, in the Oklahoma History
Center Classroom, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, Oklahoma City (immediately
northeast of the Oklahoma State Capitol).

We suggest that you review the current State Plan at
http://www.okhistory.org/shpo/stateplan.htm in advance of the meeting.

By working together, citizens; federal, tribal, state, and local
governments; preservation professionals; nonprofit organizations; and the
business and development community can set attainable goals to preserve
Oklahoma’s important historic properties and the unique character of each
community while enhancing their economic vitality and quality of life. The
updated State Plan will be in effect from January 2015 through December
2019.

If you may have any questions, contact Melvena Heisch, Deputy SHPO at
405/522-4484 or mheisch@okhistory.org. If you cannot attend the September
12th meeting, your written comments are welcome and can be submitted to her
at the above e-mail address.


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