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This profile was last updated on 10/1/04  and contains information from public web pages.

Allan G. McInnis

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Background

Employment History

  • Architect
    Associates.
  • Architect
    Allan G. McInnis & Associates
Web References
Home Page of The Gazette Weekly
www.gazetteweekly.com, 1 Oct 2004 [cached]
The speakers were Randy Gray, State Coordinator for the Missouri Main Street Program, Mark Randall, Pleasant Hill City Administrator, and Allan G. McInnis, Architect with Allan G. McInnis & Associates.
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Architect Allan McInnis presented information on how to find out and record what historic resources there are in a community.He suggested that even school kids could help take pictures and write about Buckner's historic buildings.
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The speakers were Randy Gray, State Coordinator for the Missouri Main Street Program, Mark Randall, Pleasant Hill City Administrator, and Allan G. McInnis, Architect with Allan G. McInnis & Associates. : At the workshop, Randy Gray encouraged Buckner to approach their downtown revitalization efforts in a comprehensive fashion, paying attention to economic, social and aesthetic concerns.
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Architect Allan McInnis presented information on how to find out and record what historic resources there are in a community.He suggested that even school kids could help take pictures and write about Buckner's historic buildings. : Mark Randall related how his community, Pleasant Hill, turned their empty downtown into a thriving business and civic center.Of Buckner, he said, "It appears to me, as an outside observer, that the downtown area is a tremendous asset which can provide a unique contribution to Buckner's sense of community as well as it's economic prosperity.
Home Page of The Gazette Weekly
www.gazetteweekly.com [cached]
The first Vision of the Valley workshop was on January 17, 2002 at the Buckner Grade School. It featured a panel of experts on downtown revitalization and historic preservation. The speakers were Randy Gray, State Coordinator for the Missouri Main Street Program, Mark Randall, Pleasant Hill City Administrator, and Allan G. McInnis, Architect with Allan G. McInnis & Associates.
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Often historic preservation is a part of downtown projects because of their role in the birth of communities and their wealth of significant buildings. Architect Allan McInnis presented information on how to find out and record what historic resources there are in a community. He suggested that even school kids could help take pictures and write about Buckner's historic buildings.
Home Page of The Gazette Weekly
www.gazetteweekly.com, 6 April 2003 [cached]
The speakers were Randy Gray, State Coordinator for the Missouri Main Street Program, Mark Randall, Pleasant Hill City Administrator, and Allan G. McInnis, Architect with Allan G. McInnis & Associates.
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Architect Allan McInnis presented information on how to find out and record what historic resources there are in a community.He suggested that even school kids could help take pictures and write about Buckner's historic buildings.
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The speakers were Randy Gray, State Coordinator for the Missouri Main Street Program, Mark Randall, Pleasant Hill City Administrator, and Allan G. McInnis, Architect with Allan G. McInnis & Associates. : At the workshop, Randy Gray encouraged Buckner to approach their downtown revitalization efforts in a comprehensive fashion, paying attention to economic, social and aesthetic concerns.
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Architect Allan McInnis presented information on how to find out and record what historic resources there are in a community.He suggested that even school kids could help take pictures and write about Buckner's historic buildings. : Mark Randall related how his community, Pleasant Hill, turned their empty downtown into a thriving business and civic center.Of Buckner, he said, "It appears to me, as an outside observer, that the downtown area is a tremendous asset which can provide a unique contribution to Buckner's sense of community as well as it's economic prosperity.If revitalizing downtown is made a community priority, I've no doubt that it can be done successfully in Buckner, just as it has been done successfully in other cities across the nation.": Mayor Parcel said, "I'm excited about the possibilities before us, we have so much to offer the surrounding area, and I really appreciated hearing the success stories from people who have been down the same road we are now traveling.The future is an exciting destination; I look forward to the rest of the planning workshops and the plan for our community that will emerge from all of these ideas and work that so many have invested time and effort in." : The second workshop called "Growing Green" addressed how to get more green space in a community through natural methods of storm water management and interconnected systems of greenways.
Home Page of The Gazette Weekly
www.gazetteweekly.com, 22 Mar 2002 [cached]
The speakers were Randy Gray, State Coordinator for the Missouri Main Street Program, Mark Randall, Pleasant Hill City Administrator, and Allan G. McInnis, Architect with Allan G. McInnis & Associates.
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Architect Allan McInnis presented information on how to find out and record what historic resources there are in a community.He suggested that even school kids could help take pictures and write about Buckner's historic buildings.
...
The speakers were Randy Gray, State Coordinator for the Missouri Main Street Program, Mark Randall, Pleasant Hill City Administrator, and Allan G. McInnis, Architect with Allan G. McInnis & Associates. : At the workshop, Randy Gray encouraged Buckner to approach their downtown revitalization efforts in a comprehensive fashion, paying attention to economic, social and aesthetic concerns.
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Architect Allan McInnis presented information on how to find out and record what historic resources there are in a community.He suggested that even school kids could help take pictures and write about Buckner's historic buildings. : Mark Randall related how his community, Pleasant Hill, turned their empty downtown into a thriving business and civic center.Of Buckner, he said, "It appears to me, as an outside observer, that the downtown area is a tremendous asset which can provide a unique contribution to Buckner's sense of community as well as it's economic prosperity.If revitalizing downtown is made a community priority, I've no doubt that it can be done successfully in Buckner, just as it has been done successfully in other cities across the nation.": Mayor Parcel said, "I'm excited about the possibilities before us, we have so much to offer the surrounding area, and I really appreciated hearing the success stories from people who have been down the same road we are now traveling.The future is an exciting destination; I look forward to the rest of the planning workshops and the plan for our community that will emerge from all of these ideas and work that so many have invested time and effort in.": The second workshop called "Growing Green" addressed how to get more green space in a community through natural methods of storm water management and interconnected systems of greenways.
Home Page of The Gazette Weekly
www.gazetteweekly.com, 21 Mar 2002 [cached]
The speakers were Randy Gray, State Coordinator for the Missouri Main Street Program, Mark Randall, Pleasant Hill City Administrator, and Allan G. McInnis, Architect with Allan G. McInnis & Associates.
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Architect Allan McInnis presented information on how to find out and record what historic resources there are in a community.He suggested that even school kids could help take pictures and write about Buckner's historic buildings.
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