Former Shelby Mayor Speaks at Cornell University
Ted Alexander spoke at Cornell University on Oct. 15. The symposium marked the 40th anniversary of the College of Historic Preservation Planning.
He’s a 1982 political science graduate of UNCC and a 1985 graduate of the Historic Preservation master’s degree program at Cornell.
Alexander spoke on the topic of politics and preservation. He’s a former mayor of Shelby. He is currently the western regional director of Preservation North Carolina, based in Shelby and covering 37 counties.
(Shelby Star, 12/16/2016)