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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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NYLC Newsletter - November 2014


Headlines include: “Picasso Curtain Update: Cleaning and Restoration,” “Alterations at Tammany Hall and E. 72nd St. Townhouse,” “Questions on Vanderbilt Avenue Rezoning Proposal,” “Conservancy Partners with School Preservation Group,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - October 2014


Headlines include: “Conservancy President Speaks in Tbilisi as Guest of U.S. Embassy,” “Conservancy Awards 25 Sacred Sites Grants,” “See Kickstarter’s New Office in Former Pencil Factory,” “An Illustrated Talk with James Stewart Polshek,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - September 2014


Headlines include: “Picasso Curtain Successfully Moved,” “Preservation Colleagues Meet in Pittsburgh,” “After Restoration, Harbor House to Provide 200 Jobs,” “Preservation Project Brings Affordable Housing,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - August 2014


Headlines include: “Picasso on the Move,” “Conservancy Grant Helps Hopper Home Restoration,” “Summer Outside the City – Sacred Sites Upstate,” “Changes at the Landmarks Preservation Commission,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - July 2014


Headlines include: “Conservancy Calls for Preservation to be Part of Rezoning Midtown East,” “Green-Wood Helps Prospect Restore Headstones,” “Adaptive Reuse for Landmark Hecla Building,” “Synagogue Getting New Heating & Electrical Systems,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - June 2014


Headlines include: “Conservancy Thanks Tierney for his Dedicated Public Service,” “Conservancy Promotes Heritage Tourism Program,” “City to Allocate Money to Restore Historic Pavilion,” “Chairman’s Award Honors Courthouse Restoration,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - May 2014


Headlines include: “Conservancy Supports Nomination of New LPC Chair,” “Defending Landmarking in Lively Debate,” “LPC Rejects City and Suburban Hardship Claim,” “Annual Report 2013: Many Challenges Taken On to Cap Another Great Year,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - April 2014


Headlines include: “Landmarks Conservancy Awards Over $300,000 in Grants for Sacred Sites,” “St. Joseph Co-Cathedral Renovation Tour,” “David Lowe Lecture on New York’s Houses of Worship,” “Benefit Landmarks While You Shop on AmazonSmile,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - March 2014


Headlines include: “Conservancy Joins in the Effort to Save the New York State Pavilion,” “Conservancy Helps National Landmark & Art School,” “Grant is Final Piece in Saving Historic Fireboat,” “Conservancy in Court April 2 Over Picasso Curtain,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - February 2014


Headlines include: “Supertowers Draw Hundreds for Debate Over Height and Landmarking,” “Picasso Curtain Story Goes Global,” “Sacred Sites Financial Literacy Roundtable,” “Lucy G. Moses Preservation Awards – Save the Date,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - January 2014


Headlines include: “Threatened Rizzoli Bookstore Loss Sparks Public Outcry for Landmarking,” “Saving “Futuristic” Relics from ’64-65 World’s Fair,” “What Does the Future Hold for New York State Pavilion,” “New Landmarks Subcommitte Takes Stage,” and more.

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