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Following bond exhaustion, Phoenix looks for new preservation funds

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By Summer Sorg | Downtown Devil

With funds from the 2006 Bond Fund running low, and no new bond election in sight, historic preservation efforts face a financial challenge.

“This is the first time we’ll be without funds,” said city of Phoenix Historic Preservation Officer, Michelle Dodds. “Our budget for my office comes from the general fund and that basically is just made up of salaries of staff members,” Dodds said.


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