May 14, 2013
Apr 18, 2013
From the Louisville Courier-Journal
College of Design alum Cynthia Johnson (B.Arch '94, MHP '10) was named Louisville's historic preservation officer, a post in which she will coordinate local, state, and federal historic preservation programs, and advise the city HIstoric Landmarks and Preservation Districts Commission. The position also includes gathering information to identify, preserve, document, and promote the historical, architectual, and cultural significance of buildings, sites, and neighborhoods throughout Louisville.
Johnson is also on the board of the Louisville Historical League and serves on a committee of Preservation Louisville.