Epsilon Welcomes Tonya Loveday to Our Historic Preservation Group
April 12, 2018
Epsilon is excited to announce the addition of Tonya Loveday to our Historic Preservation Group. She has extensive historic preservation experience, which will be put to use immediately with the next historic rehabilitation tax credit deadline quickly approaching.
Prior to joining Epsilon, Tonya worked as a Preservation Planner with the Town of Brookline. In that role, she administered the Town’s local historic district and demolition bylaws. Prior to her time in Brookline, she was the Assistant Survey Director for the Boston Landmarks Commission. Tonya facilitated the designation of local Landmarks and wrote several Landmark study reports. She managed Boston’s Survey and Planning Grant program and oversaw the National Register of Historic Places at the municipal level.
Tonya received her Master of Science degree in Historic Preservation from the University of Vermont, where she also received her Bachelor of Arts degree in History.