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Rypkema is a Preservation Economist, and is principal of Place Economics, a Washington, D.C.-based real estate and economic development-consulting firm. The firm specializes in services to public and non-profit sector clients who are dealing with downtown and neighborhood commercial district revitalization and the reuse of historic structures. He is the author of numerous articles and publications as well as a book, The Economics of Historic Preservation: A Community Leader’s Guide which has been translated into Russian and Korean.
Training Sessions for Thursday September 29th include:
-Updates on Historic Preservation Issues in Kansas
-Historic Structure Reports
-Opera Houses of Kansas
-The Preservation Trail
-Interactive Q&A Session
Sessions and start times can be found here: 2016-kansas-preservation-conf
See you there!
Conference program can be found here
KNOW THE FACTS:
Local preservationists have put together a list of “Talking Points” to help guide discussions about fate of the Docking State Office Building. These include information on the historic significance, current conditions, and financial information. Learn the important points and get involved!
– The next KPA Board Meeting will be held July 17th in Topeka. Treanor Architects will host the meeting.
– The Executive Committee will meet on August 7th.
– The Kansas Preservation Conference will be held October 7th and 8th in Manhattan. Check back soon for a full conference schedule and registration information.