Downtown Frederick Hotel Schedules Preservation Update Meeting on Wednesday August 17, 2016

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Plamondon Hospitality Partners has scheduled a Downtown Frederick Hotel: Preservation Update public meeting for Wednesday, August 17 at 6:30PM at the Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center located at 40 S. Carroll Street.

"The history of the site is important," said Pete Plamondon of Plamondon Hospitality Partners, developer of the Downtown Frederick Hotel Project, "and we are looking forward to sharing this information with the Frederick community."

Plamondon Hospitality Partners has scheduled a Downtown Frederick Hotel: Preservation Update public meeting for Wednesday, August 17 at 6:30PM at the Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center located at 40 S. Carroll Street. At the meeting, KANN Partners, the Preservation Architect on the Downtown Frederick Hotel Project Team, in addition to Dr. Mechelle Kearns, the project team’s archeologist, will provide a summary of the preservation related information learned about the project site to date. The public meeting also will include an opportunity for attendees to ask preservation related questions about the project.

Preservation findings will be provided to the City of Frederick and the State of Maryland as part of the project development process. The information gained will be used in evaluation and planning to develop the most effective approach to preservation, mitigation and interpretation of the historic property.

"The history of the site is important," said Pete Plamondon of Plamondon Hospitality Partners, developer of the Downtown Frederick Hotel Project, "and we are looking forward to sharing this information with the Frederick community." Plamondon added, "Our company is committed to a healthy preservation ethic, coupled with timely and open communications, in bringing this exciting project to downtown."

For more information on the Downtown Frederick Hotel Project, please visit http://www.downtownhotelatcarrollcreek.com.

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