Virginia officials seek public feedback on historic preservation in online survey

Grandma Moses This 2012 photo provided by the Virginia Department of Historic Resources shows the Moses House in Mount Airy, Va. Virginia is recognizing the Shenandoah Valley farmhouse where Grandma Moses lived briefly with her family long before she gained fame for her folk-art painting. (AP Photo/Virginia Department of Historic Resources, Amy Moses)

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - The Virginia Department of Historic Resources is seeking the public's point of view on historic preservation.

The department is asking Virginians to complete an online survey. It wants residents to identify major issues facing their communities as they use and preserve historic resources. The department also hopes to identify preservation priorities to guide the preservation community.

The public feedback will help the agency and its preservation partners as they develop broad goals and objectives for Virginia over the next decade.

The survey can be found online.

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