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WILDWOOD - Preservation New Jersey, Preserving the Wildwoods, and Wildwood City Commission will host a free information session Feb. 20 at 6 p.m. in Wildwood City Hall, Commissioners' Meeting Room, second floor, 4400 New Jersey Ave., Wildwood, spotlighting local resources for historic preservation and sustainable redevelopment in South Jersey. 

According to a release, the evening will include topical presentations, a question-and-answer and a networking session on the ways that historic preservation enhances communities and creates a sense of place. 

Historical societies, nonprofits, municipalities and the public are welcome and invited to attend. 

Presenters scheduled include:

Barton Ross, AIA, AICP, LEED AP, president, Barton Ross & Partners, LLC

Matt Pisarski, PP, AICP, principal, Pine Mount Consulting

Taylor Henry, Preserving the Wildwoods and author of Wildwoods Houses Through Time.

Preservation New Jersey periodically presents discussions of topics impacting the historic preservation field and the historic resources of New Jersey. 

This year the group is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the 10 Most Endangered Historic Places in New Jersey through a series of lectures, tours, and other events at or about endangered places. 

The February Round Table takes place in Wildwood, listed on the 10 Most in 2005 and 2019.

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