Palmetto Trust News
- The Governor's Award -
Henry McMaster, George McDaniel, and Michael Bedenbaugh
- 2016 Stewardship Award -
City of Columbia
Henry McMaster, Kelvin Kesler, and Michael Bedenbaugh
- Historic Preservation Service Awards -
Horry County Board of Architectural Review
Mapping of the Kosciuszko Mine at Ninety Six Historic Site
Sweetgrass Cultural Arts Festival Association
(L to R) Henry McMaster, Renea Murray, Eugenia Singleton, Virginia Watson, Lynette Youson, Thomasena Stokes-Marshall, and Michael Bedenbaugh
Historic Columbia Foundation
Henry McMaster, John Sherrer, and Michael Bedenabugh
- Historic Preservation Awards -
The Rainwater Building
(L to R) Randy Key - Architect, Kerstin Nemec - BNC Holdings, Henry McMaster, and Michael Bedenbaugh
Trinity Church of Greenville
(L to R) Kyle Campbell - Preservation South, Lou Ellen Beckham Davis - LEB Glass, Rev. Toni Pate - Trinity Church, Henry McMaster, and Michael Bedenbaugh
522 Lady Street, Columbia
(L to R) Josh Boltinhouse, Scott Lambert, Kevin Steelman, and Allen Amsler of Lambert Architects
1614, 1620 and 1626 Main St., Columbia
(L to R) Brian Johnston, Scott Lambert, Erica Hunter, Cindy Wright, and Scott Middleton of Lambert Architects
Henry McMaster, and Michael Bedenbaugh
(L to R) Henry McMaster, Billye West & Misty West - Oakland Mill Redevelopment LLC, and Michael Bedenbaugh
For more information, contact Michael Bedenbaugh, Executive Director, Palmetto Trust for Historic Preservation,
The Palmetto Trust for Historic Preservation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving and protecting the historic structures of South Carolina through advocacy, education and networking. The Palmetto Trust is South Carolina's only statewide membership preservation organization. For more information, visit www.palmettotrust.org, or call (803) 422-7838.
Director Mike Bedenbaugh will talk about various projects on EVT radio on All Stations: Fri, Jan 09, 12 pm and News Stations: Sun, Jan 11, 4 pm.
The decision came as council was at a crossroads of a seemingly never-ending process and cost overruns that would make the any penny-pinching politician blush.
"It's the most economically sound proposal," said York County council chairman Britt Blackwell. "It follows the law...and it became an easy thing...when you consider it makes a lot of people happy."
One of those happy people were Michael Bedenbaugh, president of the Palmetto Trust for Historic Preservation. Bedenbaugh has previously addressed council, urging them to not be shy of old buildings.
"It's a wonderful moment for the county of York when public action and debate came forward," Bedenbaugh said. "We...were able to come in and talk about how keeping [facilities] like these matters."
The county has already spent $1.5 million on Asbestos abatement and had planned to spend about $4 million more.
Blackwell said the county is willing to put another $3.5 to $4 million towards the project, putting money towards the renovations that were planned for a now-scrapped recycling center project.
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