Property owners curious about the pros and cons of having a listing on the National Register of Historic Places can learn more at a workshop Tuesday. Representatives from the Kansas Historic Preservation Office will share The Basics of National Register of Historic Places from 3-5 p.m. at the Bowlus Fine Arts Center, Creitz Recital Hall.
The City of Iola is sponsoring the event. City staff occasionally field questions about the register, Sid Fleming, city administrator, said. Recently, a property owner who is interested in the program asked questions the city couldnt answer so staff decided to bring in state officials who could.
Amanda Loughlin, National Register Coordinator for the state, will talk about the basics of being on the national register. Kristen Johnston and Bethany Emenhiser, tax credit reviewers, will talk about Rehabilitation Tax Credits available to listed properties.
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