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Join Us for Upcoming HTC Advocacy Events

Written By: NTCIC

Updated: March 6, 2023

Great news! The Historic Tax Credit Growth & Opportunity Act (HTC-GO) has been officially introduced in Congress, and we are eager to gain support for this crucial initiative! Last year’s efforts to promote the House version of the HTC-GO resulted in a record-breaking 104 cosponsors, while the Senate version received an impressive 15, indicating unprecedented support for the HTC provisions.

This year, we are thrilled to join our advocacy partners in several upcoming events and opportunities to learn more about state historic preservation incentives and priorities. These events will provide you with the latest information on the HTC legislation and equip you with the necessary knowledge to engage with legislators and advocate for the bill’s passage.

Get ready to be inspired, informed, and energized as we work together to secure crucial support for this initiative. Don’t miss out on the chance to refresh your knowledge and align your talking points as we embark on this exciting journey toward historic preservation. Let’s make history together by supporting this critical piece of legislation!

Preservation Advocacy Week 2023

March 6th - 8th, 2023 | Washington D.C.

Hosted by Preservation Action and the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Offices, join us in DC to advocate on behalf of the Historic Tax Credit. This conference will feature policy briefings, advocacy training, and networking opportunities related to preservation policy issues, including the HTC. Participants will attend Capitol Hill visits with members of Congress from their home states. Early Bird registration ends 1/31. | Click to Register

Main Street Now 2023

March 27th - 29th, 2023 | Boston, MA

Join NTCIC and fellow commercial district revitalization leaders from across the country for three days of education sessions, special events, and city tours. NTCIC will be taking part in several sessions dedicated to advocacy training and education surrounding state and federal incentives designed to support historic preservation and community revitalization. | Click to Register