Act Now! Share your thoughts with the NPS on the federal historic tax credit program

Posted on: September 7th, 2007 by Patrice Frey

Several months ago, the National Park Service received two reports recommending changes to the historic tax credit program.  In response to these requests, the National Park System Advisory Board (NPSAB) worked with stakeholders to develop a recommendations report.  The National Park Service has prepared a draft response to the recommendations of the NPSAB Committee.  

Don’t miss your chance to comment on the National Park Service’s response to recommendations for changes -- this is your opportunity to help improve the program.  Recommendations for change are focused in the following areas:  

·         Interpretation of the Secretary’s Standards

·         Education, training, written and web based guidance

·         Large multiple building complexes 

Time is running out – the review period for the documents ends on Friday September 14thTake a moment to glance through the documents below, and provide the NPS with your feedback. Comments should be sent to  

1. Interpretation of the Standards
Interior Treatments   
New Additions and New Construction   
Modern Day Requirements and New Technology     

2. Education, Training, Written
and Web-based Guidance     

3. Very Large Multiple-Building Complexes

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