CROWNSVILLE, Md. - The Maryland Historical Trust is seeking citizen input on a new 10-year plan for historical preservation.
The state agency is inviting people to participate through a link on its website (http://1.usa.gov/14V2iSs ).
The plan will replace one written in 2005.
The agency says the changing world demands a thoughtful look at issues affecting historic resources. The trust says it wants to figure out what's working and fix the things that aren't working.
The planning document will become the state's official historic preservation plan, subject to National Park Service approval.
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