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Monday, January 13, 2020 by Austin Monitor
Austin Monitor Radio: Historic Preservation
On this week’s edition of Austin Monitor Radio, we check in on the current state of historic preservation with Cara Bertron, the city’s deputy historic preservation officer. Monitor reporter Jessi Devenyns and editor Elizabeth Pagano sit down with Bertron to talk about new historic districts, strides in historic preservation, and of course, how preservation will fare under the city’s revised Land Development Code. It all goes down below, where the entire show is embedded for your listening pleasure.
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Austin Monitor Radio: Austin Monitor's weekly KOOP radio show.
historic preservation: Official actions of a municipality such as the City of Austin taken to preserve structures with their jurisdiction. Preservation is often accompanied by a property tax exemption.