Richmond Columbian Properties William G. Scott House
2023 Quality of Place Conference
Neighborhood Summit, Setting Standards
Tuesday, May 9, 2023, in the First Bank Gallery at the William G. Scott House, 204 North 10th Street Richmond, Indiana starting at 12:00 P.M., $10.00 donation to Richmond Columbian Properties.
Link to Eventbrite registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2023-quality-of-place-conference-standards-for-neighborhood-development-tickets-574848396027
This year’s Quality of Place Conference will cover how to organize and manage a neighborhood Community Development Corporation and Historic Preservation Commission. There will be three presentations. Brittany Miller, the Director of the Eastern Regional Office of Indiana Landmarks will introduce the topics of discussion. She will explain the importance of a CDC and Historic Preservation Commission, and why preservation is a viable economic development tool. The second speakers are Paul Smith of Indianapolis and former head of the Southeast Indianapolis Community Development Corporation and Elan Daniel from Mapleton Fall Creek Development Corporation in Indianapolis. They will discuss how neighborhoods can have an impact on their development in a way that preserves the architectural heritage of a community. The third speaker is William Schmickle is from Annapolis, Maryland who is a noted authority and author on local historic preservation commissions. He will lead a workshop on commissions (free and open to the public) and how they play a vital role in ensuring appropriate design, rehabilitation, and development within designated historic areas.
In addition to the conference agenda, there will be opportunities to meet the speakers. It has been arranged for Mr. Schmickle to meet with the Richmond Historic Preservation Committee at their monthly meeting the night before the conference. He will introduce himself and have a dialogue with commission members and staff about their work and goals.
We plan to schedule meetings with individuals working in city government, economic development, banking, and real estate. Mr. Schmickle has offered as much time available to talk with those who would have an impact on the success of a comprehensive program of historic preservation. It should be a well-rounded effort.
Richmond Columbian Properties, William G. Scott House
Our vision: Enhance the quality of our community
Our Mission: Bring people together to build community
Our Supporters Cornelius O’Brien Lecture Series, First Bank Richmond, Paul and Pat Lingle, and Wayne County Foundation
Marsh Davis President of Indiana Landmarks Serving People and Saving Our Architectural Heritage
Christian Huelsman Spring in Our Steps, Cincinnati, Ohio
Nicole Like, Pantheon Theater, Vincennes, Indiana
Olon Dotson, Professor of Architecture, Ball State University
Michael Tomlin, Chairman of Historic Preservation and Real Estate Development, Cornell University
Kevin Wright Yard and Company, Cincinnati, Ohio
Alicia Baker, Boner Center, Indianapolis, Indiana
Ronald D. Stegall, International Community Development, Robert Koester, CERES Ball STate University, Christian Vassi, Sustainable Development 2017
ED McMahon, Senior Fellow Urban Land Institute 2017
Eddy Kwon, My Cincinnati, Transitional Music Education 2017
Tamar Shapiro, Center for Community Progress 2016
Colin Compton, Cleveland Restoration Society 2016
Marsh Davis, Indiana Landmarks 2016
Colete Chidress, OCRA; Scott Zimmerman, Center City Development
Emilie Evans, Placeeconomics 2015
John Marrow and Drew Klacik Indiana University Public Policy Institute 2015
Ken Smith, Price Hill Will Cincinnati, Ohio 2015
State Senator Jim Merritt 2015
The Quality of Place Conference is held in September. Watch for dates and the schedule of speakers.
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Richmond Columbian Properties Inc. 2023 ArchiCamp for Kids Registration Form
Your son or daughter (ages 9-12) will be participating in ArchiCamp, June 27-28, 2023, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Richmond Columbian Properties Inc. at 204 North Tenth Street. He or she will be participating in various learning activities, a walking tour, visit two historic houses, two churches, the Wayne County Museum and the Depot District. He or she will be chaperoned by Board members and/or volunteers at all times. Lunch will be provided.
In order for your child to participate, the registration fee of $25.00 (check or money order) and this form must be filled out and returned to Richmond Columbian Properties Inc.P.O. Box 294, Richmond, IN 47375 by June 20, 2023.
Permission to Participate
My child,______________________________Age__________ , may participate in the ArchiCamp at the Richmond Columbian Properties Inc., June 27-28, 2023, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. I or a designated guardian agree to drop off my child at 9:00 a.m. and pick up my child at 3:00 p.m. both days.
Signature of Parent or Guardian and Date
Emergency name and number if parent cannot be reached
Food Allergies - No _____ Yes_____________________________________________
Each student will receive an ArchiCamp t-shirt with registration.
Participant’s t-shirt size Youth or Adult S M L XL
WAIVER OF LIABILITY
I now release Richmond Columbian Properties Inc., its Board of Directors, employees, volunteers, agents, and assigns from responsibility for any personal injuries and damages to property caused by or having any relation to this activity. I understand that this release applies to any present or future detected injuries from this activity and that it binds me, my children and my spouse. I have read this release and sign it voluntarily.
SIGNATURE OF PARENT OR GUARDIAN and DATE
Any questions call Rev. Marty Holman at 765-220-0803
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