The City of Boston passed a local historic preservation ordinance in 2011. With this ordinance in place, most buildings in downtown Boston are now protected through the design review process that is overseen by the Historic Preservation Commission of the City of Boston. For more information on the rules ...
Through an online voting contest, the Lapham-Patterson House is eligible to win a $100,000 grant from Coca-Cola and your help is needed!
The national or state park with the most votes will receive a $100,000 grant from Coca-Cola. You can vote as many times as you like ...
Thomasville City Schools recently received a grant for weatherization activities at MacIntyre Park Middle School. In many cities, this would mean wholesale replacement of every old window, but not in Thomasville, where appreciation for history and architecture runs deep.
The current plans are ...
The city is planning to connect some city parks and neighborhoods with a multi-use trail! These greenway trails are enjoyed by bicyclists, joggers and pedestrians in other cities and could make a great addition to ours!
Make plans to attend a public input session on the City of Thomasville’s
multi-use recreational trail project ...
- Wednesday, March 3, 2010, 20:54
- Advocacy Issues, Get Involved
Almost 900 people have Shown Their Love For Thomasville so far and we're planning our next steps. Learn more and sign the petition if you haven't already.
- Wednesday, March 3, 2010, 11:55
- Advocacy Issues
Thomasville Landmarks, the Thomas County Historical Society & the Lapham-Patterson Society have been working with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources (DNR) since February 2009 to determine the fate of the Lapham-Patterson House. Locally, we are concerned that the house will fall ...
- Wednesday, March 3, 2010, 11:54
- Advocacy Issues
Read about Landmarks goals and vision through 2011.