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AHC Weighs in on Better Housing by Design

The AHC submitted written testimony on the Better Housing by Design proposed draft of May 2018. Below is a copy of our testimony submitted to the Planning and Sustainability Commission, City of Portland. You can read more about Better Housing by Design on the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability website.    The Board of Directors of [...]

Federal Historic Tax Credit Saved

The Architectural Heritage Center, in coalition with preservationists around the nation, worked non-stop to save an important feature of the federal tax code during the recent reform efforts – the 20% Historic Tax Credit (HTC). Under threat of elimination since 2014, the HTC has nonetheless a proven track record since its passage in 1976 of [...]

AHC Continues to Weigh in on Central City 2035

Yesterday, September 7, members of the AHC Advocacy Committee provided oral and written testimony to the Portland City Council on Central City 2035. The AHC has been following the development of CC2035 since its beginnings and we have actively weighed in on previous draft versions of the plan. Yesterday was an opportunity to provide our support for reasonable height considerations in historic districts, such as the [...]

AHC testifies in Salem on HB 2007 and We Still Need You to Voice Your Opinion

AHC representatives traveled to Salem yesterday, June 22, 2017, to testify on HB 2007 at a hearing of the Joint Committee on Ways and Means Subcommittee on Natural Resources. There was an overflow crowd who came to testify, the vast majority of whom had serious concerns about the bill. Because so many attended, only a [...]