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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.
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.
NYLC Newsletter - December 2013
Headlines include: “ 40th Anniversary Year Comes to a Close,” “The End of PS 31 – A Municipal Disgrace,” “Bedford Park Congregational Church – A Success Story,” “Commission Votes to Protect Shahn Murals at Post Office,” and more.
NYLC Newsletter - November 2013
Headlines include: “Midtown East, Our Work Continues: Pushing for Designation,” “Testimony on Alterations and New Construction,” “Read Our “To Do” List for the Landmarks Commission,” “Conservancy Nears $200,000 in 14 New Sacred Sites Grants,” and more.
NYLC Newsletter - October 2013
Headlines include: “Council Countdown on Midtown East,” “A Year After Sandy, Assistance Update,” “Read Our “To Do” List for the Landmarks Commission,” “Conservancy Nears $200,000 in 14 New Sacred Sites Grants,” and more.
NYLC Newsletter - September 2013
Headlines include: “Conservancy to Hold Press Conference on Midtown East as Council Begins Deliberations,” “REBNY in Denial that Preservation Helps New York,” “Sacred Sites New Program To Build Congregational Assets,” “Fire Damages House at Historic Richmond Town,” and more.
NYLC Newsletter - August 2013
Headlines include: “Ben Shahn Murals in Bronx Post Office to be Saved,” “Conservancy Testifies at Midtown East City Planning Commission Meeting,” “Emergency Grants Helping Three Non-Profit Groups,” “Bialystoker Center and Stuyvesant Historic District Testimony,” and more.
NYLC Newsletter - July 2013
Headlines include: “Stringer Supports Midtown East Over Conservancy and Community Objections,” “Anti-Landmarking Hysteria Continues,” “Sandy Emergency Grants Assistance Update,” “Conservancy Funds Report to Save Landmark Homestead,” and more.
NYLC Newsletter - June 2013
Headlines include: “Oldest Carnegie Library in Brooklyn and Edward Durrell Stone Designed School Off the Chopping Block – For Now,” “Community Boards Vote “No” on Midtown East Upzoning,” “Seeking Designation for Interior Public Spaces in 42nd Street Library,” “Conservancy Testifies Against Selling Off Branch Libraries,” Borough Presidents Honor “Landmarks Month,” and more.
NYLC Newsletter - May 2013
Headlines include: “25th Annual Chairman’s Awards,” “Saving “Futuristic” Relics from ’64-65 World’s Fair,” “Update on Prospect Cemetery,” “Conservancy Elects New Chair,” and more.
NYLC Newsletter - April 2013
Headlines include: “23rd Lucy G. Moses Preservation Awards,” “Latest Post-Sandy Assistance,” “Update on Prospect Cemetery,” “Testimony on Renken Dairy, Marine Midland Bank Building and New York Public Library, Seward Park Branch,” and more.
NYLC Newsletter - March 2013
Headlines include: “Adaptive Use of Religious Properties Conference,” “Working to Save Important Bronx WPA Murals,” “Public Schools and Libraries on the Chopping Block,” “Help Save the Palisades Protected Views” and more.
NYLC Newsletter - February 2013
Headlines include: “Request to Landmark Buildings Around Grand Central Provokes Harsh Response,” “Post Sandy Grants Help Historic Houses,” “Conservancy Participates in Preservation Advocacy Day,” “Testimony for Bialystoker Home – 228 East Broadway” and more.
NYLC Newsletter - January 2013
Headlines include: “Citywide – Storm Relief Efforts: Sandy Assistance Update: 90 Days Later” “Speaking Out for Three New Historic Districts,” “Post-Sandy: Preservation, Prevention and Progress,” “Saved from Demolition St. Brigid’s is Rededicated” and more.
NYLC Newsletter - December 2012
Headlines include: “Citywide – Storm Relief Efforts: The Conservancy Continues to Help, Six New Emergency Grants Given” “Grant Helps Garibaldi-Meucci Museum Restore Entryway,” “Grant Pledged to National Historic Landmark,” “Lucy G. Moses Preservation Awards, Call for Nominations,” “The Plaza UNVEILED Book Launch Party” and more.
NYLC Newsletter - November 2012
Headlines include: “Storm Aftermath – The Conservancy Reaches Out to Help,” “Conservancy Pledges Grant and Technical Services to Seaport,” “Inspection and Recovery for Damaged 1928 Synagogue in Brighton Beach,” “Lucy G. Moses
Preservation Awards, Call for Nominations,” “2012 Living Landmarks Celebration” and more.
NYLC Newsletter - October 2012
Headlines include: “Storm Aftermath – Contact us if you need our assistance,” “Rainbow Room Gets Landmark Designation,” “East Village/Lower East Side Historic District Approved,” “Rededication of Landmark Synagogue” and more.
NYLC Newsletter - September 2012
Headlines include: “Proposed Rezoning Targets Historic Buildings Near Grand Central,” “Testimony for the Rainbow Room and Merchant’s House,” “Rededication of Landmark Synagogue” and more.
NYLC Newsletter - August 2012
Headlines include: “New Use for 1787 Erasmus Academy”, “Two NYC Sacred Sites Grants Awarded” and “Tour of Empire Stores Reveals Inside Conditions” and more.
NYLC Newsletter - July 2012
Headlines include: Our Jumbotron Ad, Tobacco Warehouse Update, Conservancy Goes Global, City Council Affirms the Designation of Federal Rowhouses, Revolutionary NY and more.
NYLC Newsletter - June 2012
Headlines include: New Coalition Questions Landmarks Law and Process, New Historic Districts Designated, The Bowery Mission and The New York Curb Exchange Become Landmarks, New Gutters for Harlem Church, Castle Williams Restoration, Preservation Easements: Future in Question? and more.
NYLC Newsletter - May 2012
Headlines include: Settlement Ratifies Legal Victories at Brooklyn Bridge Park, Conservancy Grant for Rescue of Landmark Ruin, Second Annual Sacred Sites Open House, Clearing Fifty Years of Overgrowth at Cemetery, Chairman’s Award, Sam White Lecture, Professional Circle Tour – American Airlines Theatre, and more.
NYLC Newsletter - April 2012
Headlines include: 22nd Annual Moses Awards, Council Considers Multiple Landmark Bills, South Street Seaport Future, Efforts to Save Hamilton Heights House, 23 New Sacred Sites Grants, May Open House Weekend for Sacred Sites, The Conservancy Receives and Award an more.
NYLC Newsletter - March 2012
Headlines include: Conservancy Participates in D.C. Preservation Advocacy Day, Energy Workshop Report, Andrew Freedman House, Bedford West Historic District, Prospect Cemetery Update and more.
NYLC Newsletter - February 2012
Headlines include: Historic Properties Fund Celebrating 30th Anniversary, City Ventures Grant – Sixth Street Community Center, Landmark Church to Welcome Dance Company, Metropolitan Museum Plaza Alterations, Saint Sava Closes Fourth Loan for Repairs and more.
NYLC Newsletter - January 2012
Headlines include: Council Affirms Borough Hall Skyscraper Historic District, Conservancy Finds Hardship Applicant Failed to Prove Case, 26 Buildings on East 10th Street are Landmarked, Crown Heights Historic District, Conservancy on Advisory Panel to Review the Reuse of TWA Terminal, 26 Applications Received in January Grant Round, and more.
NYLC Newsletter - December 2011
Headlines include: Second Court Decision Finds City and State Violated Law Regarding Tobacco Warehouse, NYLC Testifies in Favor of Downtown Historic District, Governors Island Updates, From Russia with Landmarks, Vegetation Clearance to Start at Historic Cemetery, Progress at Moynihan Station and New York’s Historic Holidays.
NYLC Newsletter - November 2011
NYLC Newsletter - October 2011
Headlines include: Conservancy Hosts Panel at National Trust Conference in Buffalo; David Berg Foundation Renews, Doubles Gift; Upper West Side Historic District Extension; Townhouses Next to Whitney Modification Hearing and Work Underway at Christ Church.
Autumn 2008 Newsletter (PDF)
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