Improved Advocacy

Screenshot of "Advocacy" landing page, Historic Seattle website

Historic Seattle recently revamped the “Advocacy” pages of its website. Big thanks to graduate student intern, Brandon Spencer-Hartle of the University of Oregon for all his work on this monster project.

The sections are much improved, easier to navigate, and filled with relevant info on Historic Preservation and Public Policy; Preservation Incentives; Landmark Protection; Lost, Saved and Endangered Properties; Preservation Awards; Preservation and Elections; and an Archive. Check it out!

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