There are a whole host of reasons to form a historic district. Not only does it put the future of the neighborhood squarely in the hands of the residents that live there, but there are also substantial financial and environmental benefits. Forming a historic district also strengthens the community of a neighborhood and ensures a continued sense of place.
Learn more about the advantages of forming a local historic district in these articles:
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