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Prallsville Mills hosts talk on historic properties


Join Historic Preservation Specialist Andrea Tingey at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 12, at Prallsville Mills in Stockton, N.J., to explore exceptional historic properties in New Jersey and learn more about what it takes to make the historic register.

Tingey is a Historic Preservation Specialist 3 who has been with the New Jersey State Historic Preservation Office for 26 years. Currently working as the Survey Program coordinator for the office, she also is involved in the review of National Register nominations.

For six years, she coordinated the Certified Local Government program, including grants and surveys. She previously spent 11 years working in the Transportation and Planning Section, where the bulk of her workload involved the regulatory review of bridge projects.

Tingey also coordinated the establishment and publishing of New Jersey’s first statewide guidelines for architectural survey activities.

She taught the Introduction to Historic Preservation course at Drew University for six years and co-taught the same course at Philadelphia University for one year. She has also taught American Architectural History at Rutgers-Camden.

Tingey received a BA in history from Dickinson College and did her graduate work in historic preservation planning at Cornell University.

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