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Land preservation meeting Friday at Wacohu Grange Hall

October 09, 2007

The Mid-Maryland Land Trust is holding a landowner outreach meeting on Friday from 1:30 to 4 p.m. at the Wacohu Grange Hall, Huyetts Crossroads, 16412 National Pike, just west of the intersection of U.S. 40 and Md. 63.

Mailings were sent to all property owners and farms of 20 acres and more. All property owners interested in land preservation, recent federal and state income tax benefits associated with donated easements and estate planning issues are encouraged to attend. Refreshments will be served.

Topics include benefits of a conservation easement; income tax issues associated with a donated easement; changes in the IRS federal income tax deductions and Maryland state income tax deductions; income tax analysis of both a donated easement and a purchased easement; and more.

The program is being held in partnership with the Washington County Land Preservation office, the Maryland Environmental Trust and the County Citizens for the Protection of Washington County.

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Any questions, contact Peter Vorac, Mid-Maryland Land Trust, at 301-371-4111 or pvorac@comcast.net.

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