Preservation in the News — February 2021

February 2021

February 1st
County commissioners of Boone, Callaway and Cole counties agree to jointly celebrate the bicentennial


February 2nd
City of Independence discusses historic sites and cautious approach to reopening.


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February 12
REMINDER: Help save the former Bureau of Mines Headquarters building, a 2020 Place in Peril. Encourage Missouri S&T to find a new use for the building instead of demolishing it! https://news.mst.edu/2021/01/missouri-st-to-gather-feedback-on-former-bureau-of-mines-buildings/?fbclid=IwAR3w33lO9zLL5Msc2nwOxfMPSa1TOwKIZEOOD8C-Ou6MxwOWY7RVthxLNk4

New update on the Olivia Apartments, a 2020 Place in Peril.


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February 16
St. Joseph-based River Bluff Brewing expanding operations to include historic river market building in Kansas City.


February 17
Two Jefferson City historic landmarks to be presented to Missouri Advisory Council on Historic Preservation for listing on the National Register of Historic Places

Missouri S&T’s views on the reuse the former Bureau of Mines Building lacks the sort of innovation valued by the university.


February 23
Trail Theater in St. Joseph under new ownership with plans for rehab!