Momentum sure appears to be building for nominating some great properties to the Most Endangered Places list. This week alone I've received a number of emails and phone calls from property owners and advocates alike concerned about beloved places in Lane, Multnomah, Tillamook, and Washington Counties. And as if these conversations weren't enough, today's editorial
in the Daily Astorian
is proof that the word is really getting out there. That said, there are undoubtably many more places across the state that could benefit from the visibility and assistance provided by being named one of 2011's Most Endangered. So keep your preservation radars extra tuned between now and the March 21st deadline because it's looking like the list of nominees is going to be a good one and we want to make sure everyone has their chance to nominate a place beloved to them.