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News Release
September 17, 2007

SUBJECT:  Historic buildings considered 9-21-07 in Omaha for listing in National Register of Historic Places

The Nebraska State Historic Preservation Board will meet at 1:00 pm at the Lake Point Center, 2401 Lake Street, in Omaha to consider a number of Nebraska buildings for nomination to the National Register of Historic Places:

The State Historic Preservation Board consists of professional and citizen members. It guides policy for the state preservation program, which is administered by the Nebraska State Historical Society. One role of the board is to review each property being considered for the National Register of Historic Places, the honor roll of properties which represent importance in culture and history of locales, the state, or the nation. Upon the board's approval, the nominations will go to the National Park Service for final listing.

For more information: Bob Puschendorf, Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer, 402-471-4769

For general information:

Lynne Ireland
Chief Education and Research Officer
Nebraska State Historical Society
1500 R Street
PO Box 82554
Lincoln, NE 68501
402.471.4758 (v)
402.471-3100 (f)

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