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Why do so many of us care about “historic preservation” and utilizing Historic Tax Credits? How can they help you and/or your community? Here in Connecticut we are surrounded by an aging building stock in need of rehabilitation, and to the community and building’s benefit many of these buildings are considered historic. A building that is considered historic, is a building at least 50 years old, still looks much the way it did and meets the National Park Service, National Register Criteria for Evaluation. Buildings listed in the State or National Register of Historic Places, an honorary designation, qualifies these properties to receive state and federal historic tax credits. Come learn the history behind historic tax credits and how they are helping to revitalize communities across CT. Nina Caruso, Historic Preservation Specialist at Crosskey Architects, will take you through the process using examples of projects she has completed or is currently working on.