San Saba’s Visionaries in Preservation (VIP) organization will begin creating the community’s preservation action plan on April 10th at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church. VIP is the community planning program of the Texas Historical Commission. VIP asks how you want your community to look and feel and provides tools to help San Saba retain its identity and sense of place as it grows and changes.
San Saba’s VIP program will meet just once a month for seven months, starting in February and ending in August. At the end of the program, San Saba will have a preservation action plan that will make our historic buildings and other assets fundamental parts of continued economic and cultural growth.
At the past two meetings, San Saba’s visionaries identified important preservation and livability issues throughout town and learned about modern preservation practice. At the third meeting, VIP members will create a plan to address the issues.
Your participation is essential! Even if you could not make it last month, you can still take part in this important group.
Who: San Saba’s Visionaries in Preservation
What: Goals and Action Planning
When: Thursday, April 10th at 5:00 p.m.
Where: St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 601 W. Dry, San Saba, TX
Why: To plan for a economic and community development through historic preservation
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact your VIP chair or VIP staff at the Texas Historical Commission:
San Saba’s VIP Co-Chairs: Dora C. Miller (325) 372-5811
David M. Williams (325) 372-3747
VIP Staff: Matt Synatschk