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NYLC Newsletter - May 2016


Headlines include: “Midtown East Buildings in Line for Designation,” “Conservancy Awards $268k in Sacred Sites Grants,” “Comprehensive Study Shows Preservation Benefits,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - April 2016


Headlines include: “Conservancy Supports Ford Foundation Accessibility,” “New Landmark Designations and Backlog Update,” “Lucy G. Moses Preservation Awards,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - March 2016


Headlines include: “Council Votes on ZQA and MIH Zoning Proposals After Major Changes to Both,” “Conservancy Supports Restoring the Tin Building,” “Professional Circle Members St. Thomas Tour,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - February 2016


Headlines include: “Landmarks Preservation Commission Drops 60 Buildings From Backlog List,” “Conservancy Works to Save Erasmus Academy Building,” “Welcome New Additions to the Conservancy Staff,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - January 2016


Headlines include: “Conservancy Asks LPC to landmark 1 UN Plaza and its Threatened Public Interiors,” “Don’t Salt Your Steps: Winter Technical Tips,” “Cuomo Plans Overhaul of Moynihan and Penn,” “Sacred Sites Turns 30 Let’s All Celebrate!,” “Conservancy to Honor Apple at Award Luncheon,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - December 2015


Headlines include: “2015: Celebrations and Challenges,” “City Planning Commission Hearing Draws Hundreds,” “LPC Designates Bedford Historic District,” “Controversial Library Sale May Spark More,” “Emergency Grant Helps Henderson Place Building,” “Conservancy Honors James Wolfensohn,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - November 2015


Headlines include: “Continued Testimony at Landmarks Commission for “Backlog” Buildings,” “Conservancy Assists in Restoration of Synagogue,” “The 22nd Living Landmarks Celebration Sets Record,” “Opposition Builds for Mayor’s Zoning Proposal,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - October 2015


Headlines include: “Continued Testimony at Landmarks Commission for “Backlog” Buildings,” “Conservancy Awards 15 Sacred Sites Grants,” “Public Review and Approval of Citywide Zoning Begins,” “LPC Weighs Modifications at Marble Collegiate Church,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - September 2015


Headlines include: “Conservancy to Testify at Landmarks Commission on “Backlog” Buildings,” “Restoration Ribbon Cutting at New York Studio School,” “West 57th Street Under Siege by Developers,” “A Visit to the South Side of Ellis Island,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - August 2015


Headlines include: “City Council Legislation Will Set Time Limits on Landmark Designations,” “Zoning Plan Continues to Put Neighborhoods at Risk,” “Public Officials Challenge HHC at South Street Seaport,” “Conservancy Assists with Brownstone Restoration,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - July 2015


Headlines include: “City Council Legislation Will Set Time Limits on Landmark Designations,” “Seaport Coalition Discusses Issues with Deputy Mayor,” “Conditions Report for Riverside Park Monument,” “Grants Conclude UMEZ-Conservancy Partnership,” “UPDATE: Survey Finds Hundreds of Additional Graves in Landmark Cemetery,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - June 2015


Headlines include: “LPC: One Step Forward…Many Steps Back in Designating WEA Historic District,” “LPC Moves Away From “De-calendaring” Buildings,” “Chairman’s Award Honors MTA and Robert A.M. Stern,” “Corbin Building Designated an Individual Landmark,” “Radar Used to Detect Unmarked Burials at Landmark Cemetery,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - May 2015


Headlines include: “Coalition Asks Mayor to Halt Development at Seaport and Discuss its Future,” “The Picasso Curtain Moves into New Home,” “LPC Rejects RFR Proposal to Change Four Seasons,” “Panel Debates Preservation Versus Development,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - April 2015


Headlines include: “An Evening of Preservation Celebration at the 25th Lucy G. Moses Awards,” “The Destruction of Landmark P.S. 31,” “Conservancy Awards 23 Sacred Sites Grants,” “Conservancy President Featured at Lecture Series,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - March 2015


Headlines include: “Residents and Elected Officials Object to Massive Rezoning Plan,” “Crown Heights North Gets a Third Historic District,” “The Conservancy Lobbies for Preservation on Capitol Hill,” “Professional Circle Member Hosts Bronx International High School Students,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - February 2015


Headlines include: “Free the Seaport Museum from Depending on Developers,” “LPC Ignores Preservation Groups on De-calendaring,” “Report Finds Portions of the “Renny” Can be Saved,” “Continuing Partnership With High School Program,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - January 2015


Headlines include: “Conservancy Helps Settle Landmark Fire Watchtower Dispute,” “Conservancy Helps Pave Path Through History,” “Two Grants Help Synagogue With Roof Restoration,” “WPA Mural Remnants At Former Post Office Annex,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - December 2014


Headlines include: “Anonymous Million Dollar Donation Extends Sacred Sites Challenge Grant Program,” “Groundbreaking Law Celebrates Fifty Years,” “Update on Rezoning Near Grand Central Terminal,” “LPC Reviews Adaptive Reuse of Former Church,” and more.

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