Historical preservation advocates speak out against funding cut

Edward Sanderson, executive director of the Rhode Island Historical Preservation and Heritage Commission, is seen at the old state capital building on the East Side of Providence.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
Edward Sanderson, executive director of the Rhode Island Historical Preservation and Heritage Commission, is seen at the old state capital building on the East Side of Providence. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
(Updated 2:21 p.m.) PROVIDENCE – Architects, preservationists and historical societies are lining up to apply pressure on the General Assembly to reverse a proposed budget cut to the Rhode Island Historical Preservation and Heritage Commission. The state office, which administers state and federal historic preservation tax credit programs, and sponsors state heritage activities, employs both…

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