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A Return to 1774: The 21st Century Restoration of the James Brice House, Annapolis, Maryland


Aug 31, 2021 06:46 PM

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Michael K. Day
Senior Vice President, Capital Projects @Historic Annapolis, Inc.
Before joining HA, Mr. Day served in various capacities with the Maryland Historical Trust, including Deputy Director of MHT/Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer and Chief of the Office of Preservation Services. His responsibilities over the years have included authoring successful legislation and historic area zoning ordinances at the state and local levels; the administration of MHT’s historic preservation easement program; the capital grants and loan programs; both state and federal tax credit programs; and the state’s underwater archeology program. He was also a lead member of the Old Senate Chamber Restoration Project at the MD State House. Additionally, Michael has served as an Adjunct Professor at both Goucher College and Washington College. Prior to joining MHT, Michael worked at Lee Meyer and Assoc., a prominent preservation architectural firm in Savannah, GA, assisting with the development and rehab of hundreds of historic properties in the Victorian Historic District.