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Title: Preservation Kentucky Mission


1
Preservation Kentucky Mission
  • Preservation Kentucky is dedicated to preserving
    Kentucky's historic and prehistoric places
    through education and advocacy.
  • Preservation Kentucky is the state partner of the
    National Trust for Historic Preservation and
    local nonprofit preservation organizations. We
    are also the nonprofit partner for the Kentucky
    Heritage Council/The State Historic Preservation
    Office (SHPO).

2
Preservation Education Advocacy
3
Preservation Kentucky History
  • Preservation Kentucky was formed in 1998 by the
    board of Commonwealth Preservation Advocates
    (CPA). As CPA was a lobbying group, it became
    clear that education and advocacy were not being
    adequately addressed. Preservation Kentucky was
    created to serve as the nonprofit voice for
    historic preservation with education and advocacy
    as the primary mission.
  • Preservation Kentucky is a non-profit, 501(c)3
    organization that relies on
  • membership revenue, grants, and other donations
    for operating funds. Members include individuals,
    businesses, community organizations, and
    government agencies.

4
Preservation Kentucky Programs Outreach
  • -Newsletter April, August, and December
  • -Events Annual Meeting, Membership Meetings,
    State Historic Preservation Conference,
    Legislative Summit, Bike Tours, Stephen Powell
    Raffle, Advisory Committee, and
  • -Programs Historic Preservation Awards,
    Kentuckys Most Endangered List, Photo-Essay
    Competition, Rural Heritage, Preservation 101

5
Preservation Kentucky Advocacy
  • Our advocacy partners on the federal level
    include Preservation Action and the National
    Trust for Historic Preservation.
  • Preservation Kentucky informs members of
    important preservation-related legislation both
    nationally, statewide, and locally. During
    General Assembly Sessions, Preservation Kentucky
    monitors legislation and provides an action plan
    to constituents wishing to support preservation
    friendly legislation.

6
Federal Lobbying Day Preservation Action
7
Economics of Historic Preservationhttp//www.pres
ervationkentucky.org/pages.php?id13
8
Historic Preservation Legislative Summit
9
Legislative Summit Participants
10
Rationale?
  • Learn to advocate for preservation
  • Good Historic Preservation Policy
  • Economic Developmentheritage tourism, skilled
    jobs created, and buildings saved!
  • Small amount of seed from federal state
    government typically leveraged 3-4x by private
    investment!

11
Endangered Historic Pres FundingAugust 2011
12
Two Major Requests
  • Lift the 5 million cap off the Kentucky Historic
    Preservation Tax Credit
  • Obtain additional funding for the State Historic
    Preservation Office/KY Heritage Council

13
SHPO/KY Main St Request
  • Support the Tourism, Arts Heritage Cabinet
    recommendation for the KHC/SHPO to adequately
    perform historic preservation work---
  • 2013-1.296 million
  • 2014-1.396 million
  • From a peak of 977,600 in general funds in 2002,
    the state now contributes approximately 768,000
    in general funds to the KHC budget---a 21
    decrease. At the same time, the annual rate of
    average inflation has increased by 2.3 percent.
  • KY Main Street budget cuts severe-- 230,400 in
    2002 to
  • 71,300 in 2011

14
Governors Budget 2013-14
15
KHC/SHPO Budget 2002-2011
16
Governors Budget Request
  • General Funds to KHC
  • 2013-717,300
  • 2014-729,200
  • 2009-908,100
  • 2010-792,700
  • 2011-768,900
  • 2012-769,800

17
Impact?
  • Job Creation Economic Development created by
    preservation slows down!
  • Less on-site training and technical expertise to
    local governments and nonprofits
  • Main Street communities will not receive the
    assistance they need to thrive in this uncertain
    climate.
  • More endangered buildings, structures, Main
    Streets, and historic and prehistoric places
  • Endangering the KHCs recognition as among the
    best SHPOs and Main Street programs in the
    country.

18
State Historic Preservation Tax Credit
  • The credit is an income tax incentive intended to
    assist Kentuckians with performing historic
    preservation work
  • 30 percent tax credit on certified rehabilitation
    work on owner-occupied historic properties
  • All other projects, such as income producing
    projects and/or local governments-owned
    properties can get up to 20 percent credit
  • A proven economic development engine that has
    created jobs and spurred private investment in
    the Commonwealth--16.71 in private funds for
    every public dollar spent

19
State Tax Credit Projects by Congressional
District
20
KY State Tax Credit Impact
21
Issues?
  • When the amount of tax credits requested from
    across KY exceeds the 5 million capas it has
    every yearthe credit is proportioned among
    applicants
  • Applicants cannot know the amount of their credit
    until after they have applied, giving the state
    credit limited utility in preservation project
    planning.
  • Without the cap, tax credit users can be certain
    of what amount of credit they will receive
    either 20 or 30 percent

22
Impact for Historic Preservation?
  • The tax credit is the sole state financial
    incentive for private owners and local
    governments to preserve their historic
    properties. Limiting its utility limits the
    viability of preservation projects
  • A more understandable credit will translate into
    development of higher-paying skilled jobscraft
    persons and professionals
  • With more surety, new jobs will be created in
    addition to the nearly 3,500 jobsdirectly
    created
  • A better credit more buildings will be
    preserved, which will increase tax revenues for
    local and state governments

23
Support Historic PreservationBuy a Preserve Our
Heritage Plate
24
Preservation Kentucky Members
  • Member partners are an important part of our
    organization. With our mission on the state
    level, local partners are our eyes and ears.
  • -Affiliate Members-50 Main Streets, local
    govts, nonprofits, local historical societies,
    conservation organizations, etc.
  • -Corporate Members Brown-Forman, Ray Black
    Sons, Wilbur Smith Associates, etc.
  • -Leadership Circle Commitment of 100 or more
    for four years
  • -Individual Membership 35.00

25
Become a Member!
  • -Become a Member of PK and join us as we move
    historic preservation forward in KY!
  • -You can now join on our website!
  • - http//www.preservationkentucky.org/

26
Preservation Kentucky Contact Info
  • -Rachel Kennedy, director_at_preservationkentucky.org
  • -Amy Potts,
  • amy_at_preservationkentucky.org
  • -Eric Whisman
  • info_at_preservationkentucky.org
  • 502.871.4570
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