historic preservation http://wvxu.org en Top 50 historic Cincinnati sites named http://wvxu.org/post/top-50-historic-cincinnati-sites-named <p>More than 17,000 votes have been counted and the results are in. Here are the Cincinnati Preservation Associations's<a href="https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cincinnati-Preservation-Association/185964090342?v=app_448952861833126&amp;rest=1" target="_blank"> top 50 historic buildings in Cincinnati</a>.</p><p>Executive Director Paul Muller says more than 150 buildings were nominated.</p><p>The Delta Queen topped the list with 2302 votes followed by the Administration Building at God's Bible School &amp; College with 1725 votes.</p> Mon, 19 May 2014 20:27:54 +0000 Tana Weingartner 26924 at http://wvxu.org The Cincinnati Preservation Association celebrates 50 years http://wvxu.org/post/cincinnati-preservation-association-celebrates-50-years <p>For 50 years, the <a href="http://cincinnatipreservation.org/"><strong>Cincinnati Preservation Association</strong></a> has worked to identify and save some of the architectural and historic buildings in our city. In celebration of this anniversary, <strong>Paul Muller</strong> and <strong>Margo Warminski</strong> from the CPA join Jane Durrell to talk about the group’s mission, victories and focus for the future.</p><p> Fri, 11 Apr 2014 05:00:15 +0000 Jane Durrell 25281 at http://wvxu.org The Cincinnati Preservation Association celebrates 50 years Hartmann: Union Terminal price tag too high http://wvxu.org/post/hartmann-union-terminal-price-tag-too-high <p></p><p>Cincinnati&#39;s Union Terminal is in need of major repairs but Hamilton County Commissioner Greg Hartmann says the Museum Center is going to have to find a way to lower the price tag.</p><p>Hartmann says the current $180 million estimate is too high.</p> Fri, 11 Oct 2013 20:15:35 +0000 Tana Weingartner 18329 at http://wvxu.org Hartmann: Union Terminal price tag too high Vote could signal end for Clifton landmark http://wvxu.org/post/vote-could-signal-end-clifton-landmark <p></p><p>The path is now clear for demolition of a historic Clifton landmark.</p><p>A Cincinnati council committee is siding with the owners of Lenhardt's restaurant against a bid to designate it a historic building. The neighborhood group CUF sought the designation after the Windholtz family shuttered the restaurant in December and announced plans to sell to a developer who intends to tear it down.</p> Tue, 06 Aug 2013 21:58:48 +0000 Tana Weingartner 15857 at http://wvxu.org Vote could signal end for Clifton landmark