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Preservation graduate student works to revitalize Pennsylvania town

November 27, 2018
William Prince, photo by Living in Washington County

William Prince, an MPS '18 candidate, is the new Main Street manager for the Washington Business District Authority. The organization focuses on revitalizing a 14-block area of Washington, a town near Pittsburgh, Penn., through attracting and retaining businesses, courting visitors and tourists, holding events, and marketing the community itself.

Learn more about Prince's work, read the original story in Living in Washington County magazine.