Kentucky Heritage Council seeks public input for plan

The Kentucky Heritage Council/State Historic Preservation Office is asking for the public’s ideas to help preserve historic buildings and other sites in Kentucky.

An online survey has been set up, and the agency also plans to conduct public meetings early this year to gather feedback and ideas.

The agency wants to complete a five-year plan in early 2016. It’s intended to be a tool for people, nonprofits and local governments to apply to local issues.

Kentucky Heritage Council Executive Director Craig Potts says for the plan to be successful, it should represent the state’s needs and offer ways for the public to preserve historic places.

To take the online survey, click here.

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