Historic preservation benefits local economy

Lone Jack Historical Society News Release

Information verification: www.historiclonejack.org

Contact: Alinda Miller, president, (816) 805-1815

or Linda Barta, secretary, (816) 805-4252


What: Battlefield Preservation Town Hall Meeting
Where: Lone Jack Civil War Battlefield Museum Park – (816) 697-8833
Highway 50, ½ block south of Lone Jack exit (301 S. Bynum Rd.)
When: Tuesday, February 28, 2012 @ 6:30 p.m.

Historic Preservation Benefits Local Economy

Not sure if you see the benefits of historical preservation? Grab some information at a town hall community meeting at city hall on Tuesday, February 28, at 6:30 p.m. The Lone Jack Historical Society along with Freedom’s Frontier and the battlefield preservation planning consultants will discuss what the battlefield preservation plan encompasses and how it will benefit the community and region. 

The consultant will discuss the opportunities for preservation and enhancements, and why preserving the battlefield is important not only to history and education, but its economic impact to Lone Jack and the area and how it can generate long term revenue for the area. Following the presentation, the planners will provide time for questions and answers.

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