Tech students to survey Kingston's historic buildings

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A group of Georgia Institute of Technology students, including city and regional planning students Brianna Rindge and Nathan Coursey, will gather in Kingston, GA Saturday morning to walk though the town, examine its historic structures and talk to residents about the town’s history. The trip is part of the Intro to Historic Preservation class for graduate and undergraduate students. At 9:30 a.m., 14 students will be taking part in the tour, led by Georgia Tech Associate Vice Provost for Graduate Education and Faculty Affairs Leslie Sharp.

Mayor Wanda Penson of Kingston said Sharp had contacted her and city council member Harold Posey approximately two months ago and asked if the city would welcome her class. Penson said she was looking forward to the students’ visit.

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