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ISHPEMING Residents and business owners in the city of Ishpeming have something to celebrate. The city has been nominated for a spot on the National Registry of Historic Places, according to a press release issued Thursday. Thursday inside the Mather Inn lobby at 107 E. Canda St., including a and greet with Historical Researcher Jessica Flores to learn more about the details of the proposed multiple property nomination for the city downtown commercial district, and the project that follows.
Flores was hired by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation to facilitate the project for the City of Ishpeming through Governor Rick Snyder Project Empire Initiative.
Appetizers and food will be provided, the release states, sponsored in part by Rare Earth Goods, Midtown Bakery, Mama Mia and the Ishpeming Area Historical Society.
National Park Service National Register of Historic Places is part of a national program to coordinate and support public and private efforts to identify, evaluate,
and protect America historic and archeological resources, the site states.
The multiple property nomination for the downtown commercial district to the National Register of Historic Places could have several benefits, including eligibility for certain tax provisions, as well as qualification for Federal grants for historic preservation, when funds are available, the site states.
of properties listed in the National Register may be eligible for a 20 percent investment tax credit for the certified rehabilitation of income producing certified historic structures such as commercial, industrial, or rental residential buildings, the website states.