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NYLC Newsletter - June 2017


Headlines include: “Brooklyn Borough President Earmarks Funds to Restore Historic Erasmus Academy Building,” “Moynihan Train Hall – Finally Moving Forward,” “Focus on “Supertalls” at Planning and Preservation Panel Discussion,” “Old St. James Parish Hall Closer to Becoming a New York City Landmark,” “Rare 19th-century Landmark May Be Lost for New School,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - May 2017


Headlines include: “Chairman’s Award Luncheon Honors a Special Group of New Yorkers,” “The Lucy G. Moses Awards Applaud New York’s Outstanding Preservation,” “Sacred Sites Open House Celebrated a Record 173 Participating Sites,” “Conservancy Awards $178,000 to 16 Religious Sites Throughout State,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - April 2017


Headlines include: “Defending Midtown East Landmarks from Unfair City Proposal,” “Planning, Preservation, & Community Participation Panel Discussion,” “The Conservancy Helps Preserve a Piece of New York City Dutch History,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - March 2017


Headlines include: “United Palace Landmarked: End of LPC Backlog,” “Conservancy’s Emergency Grant Helps Museum at Eldridge Street,” “Looking Ahead to 7th Annual Sacred Sites Open House – May 20-21,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - February 2017


Headlines include: “Conservancy Holds Panel Discussion on City Planning and Preservation,” “LPC Approves Cathedral of St. John the Divine and Morningside Heights,” “Thank You John Belle,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - January 2017


Headlines include: “City Seeks More Money from Theater Air Rights Sales,” “Waldorf Astoria Interiors Reach One Step Closer to Landmark Designation,” “Brooklyn Has Two New Banking Landmarks,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - December 2016


Headlines include: “The Conservancy’s Wish List for 2017,” “Emergency Grant Goes to Stabilize Academy of Arts and Letters Facade,” “Landmarks Commission Makes Final Designations from Backlog Buildings,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - November 2016


Headlines include: “Moynihan Train Hall Construction Begins Next Year,” “Busy Month for Landmarks Commission – New Designations,” “Conservancy Honors Extraordinary New Yorkers at Landmarks Gala,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - October 2016


Headlines include: “Conservancy Awards $260,000 to 19 Religious Sites,” “City Council Confirms Designation of Ukrainian Church,” “State Income Tax Credits for Qualified Property Owners,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - September 2016


Headlines include: “Midtown East Update,” “Conservancy Seeks to Protect Landmark Incentive,” “Conservancy Opposes Plan to Lift Deed Restrictions at 28 Liberty,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - August 2016


Headlines include: “Midtown East Update,” “Conservancy Meets With New Owners of the Waldorf Astoria,” “Meet Our Interns From Columbia University and Bronx International,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - July 2016


Headlines include: “Individual Landmark Designation Considered for Midtown East Buildings,” “Conservancy Grant Helps Restoration of Historic Lighthouse,” “Study Finds More Than 500 Unmarked Graves in Staten Island,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - June 2016


Headlines include: “Conservancy Asks for Interior Designations at the Waldorf,” “LPC Designates More Backlog Sites,” “Stealth Upzoning Bill Stopped,” and more.

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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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