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K.E.E.P. Yalecrest celebrates Carl Leith receiving the Lucybeth Rampton Lifetime Achievement Award

Carl Leith, former senior planner in Salt Lake’s Planning Department, received the Lucybeth Rampton Lifetime Achievement Award from Preservation Utah. He was instrumental in reviewing and revising Salt Lake City’s historic residential design guidelines and handbook for historic properties as well as identifying potential historic districts.

Carl is pictured with his wife Lisa, right, and Lynn Pershing, president of K.E.E.P. Yalecrest.

Dr. Robert and Kathryn Fowles undertook a massive restoration project of a 1930s home at 1449 Harvard in Yalecrest.  They received an award from Preservation Utah in the category of Restoration, Renovation and Stabilization.  Both the Utah State Historic Preservation Office and the National Park Service applauded the restoration project by granting state and federal historic preservation tax credits.

Dr. and Mrs. Fowles are pictured, below, with members of their family and the renovation design team. 

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