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=====Funding Historical Building Preservation===== =====Funding Historical Building Preservation=====
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 +**January 2019**
 +Are you or your group interested in restoring and revitalizing a historic building to be used for low income housing, senior housing, or perhaps a community center? These types of projects are encouraged and supported by funds provided through the Federal Historic Preservation Tax Incentives Program. The program is administered by the IRS along with the National Park Service and State Historic Preservation offices. They also provide guidance regarding appropriate treatment of historic buildings. Additional information about the tax credits and how to apply for funds is available on the website of OHP (the Office of Historic Preservation).
**Update November 2017** **Update November 2017**
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