Wed, May 16, 2018 1:00 PM – 2:15 PM EDT
This webinar will give participants an understanding of the relationship between Federal Standards and local design guidelines. We’ll guide attendees through the origin and development of a variety of preservation-based review standards and guidelines. Through case studies, participants will distinguish between the four treatments under the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards, and understand how the treatments work within the framework of local design guidelines. Participants will also compare the application and the inherent flexibility of the Secretary of the Interior’s Guidelines for Rehabilitation.
Participants will: 1) Have a working knowledge of the evolution of design guidelines in preservation theory 2) Understand the four treatments under the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards and how they can influence design guidelines 3) Learn how to apply the inherent flexibility of the Standards for Rehabilitation and understand where there is discretion 4) Discover where to locate additional design guideline resources
About our speaker, Sharon Ferraro: Sharon Ferraro has been the Historic Preservation Coordinator for 13 years in her hometown, Kalamazoo, Michigan (population 75,000 with 2,070 historic resources in 5 districts). For the past five years she has worked with the Michigan Historic Preservation Network, training historic district commissions throughout western Michigan and the Upper Peninsula. In 1999-2001, she completed a reconnaissance level historic resource survey for Kalamazoo and has also nominated the Village of Richland, the Sand Hills Light Station, the Ahmeek Streetcar station in the Keweenaw Peninsula, a winery, an 1840s farmstead, and a part of downtown Kalamazoo to the National Register of Historic Places. She is currently co-writing a National Register nomination for the Mount Pleasant Indian Industrial School for the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe in Michigan. In 2003, she co-founded the Old House Network, devoted to teaching old house owners hands-on repair and rehabilitation skills.
For the series and to register:
Learn more and register for Standards & Guidelines (5/16) here.
Learn more and register for Preservation Planning (5/23) here.
Learn more and register for Public Outreach (5/30) here.
These webinars will be free for members of NAPC or Heritage Ohio.
Each course is certified for AIA and AICP credits