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NYLC Newsletter - August 2018


Headlines include: “Void The Voids – Tell City Planning To Act Now For Responsible Development,” “Conservancy Urges LPC to Protect Inwood Before Rezoning,” “Work Finally Underway at Erasmus Hall Academy,” “Conservancy Launches a $150,000 Campaign to Stabilize Historic Olmsted Farmhouse on Staten Island,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - July 2018


Headlines include: “Landmarks Commission Welcomes Public Comment on Revised Rules,“Conservancy Urges LPC to Protect Inwood Before Rezoning,” “Conservancy Supports Saving Industrial History of Gowanus,” “Conservancy Promotes Preservation at Charter Hearing,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - June 2018


Headlines include: “Conservancy Supports Designating Johnson Masterwork,” Neighborhoods Safe for Now: But Mayor Likely to Try Again,” “Conservancy Hosts Meeting with Officials from China,” “Over 200 Guests Celebrate 30th Annual Chairman’s Award,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - May 2018


Headlines include: “ALERT: We Need Your Help Again as REBNY Pushes for Larger Buildings in Your Neighborhood,” LPC Amends Planned Rules Changes After Public Outcry,” “Conservancy Supports New Frick Expansion Proposal,” “Honors for Preservation Projects and Noted Architect,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - April 2018


Headlines include: “Landmarks Chair Resigns – Tenure Included Many Designations but Concerns About Rules Continue,” Emergency Grant Help for 1819 Staten Island Building,” “Work About to Begin at Erasmus Hall Academy,” “Conservancy’s Loan Program Approves Four New Projects,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - March 2018


Headlines include: “Albany Victories on Tax Credits and Residential Cap,” Spirited Debate on Proposed LPC Rules Changes,” “Conservancy Testifies on Plaza Renovations at 140 Broadway,” “The 28th Lucy G. Moses Preservation Awards,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - February 2018


Headlines include: “Distinguished Mid-century Modern Building to be Demolished Conservancy Seeks Designation,” Mayor Seeks Larger Buildings in Residential Neighborhoods,” “Conservancy Testifies for Five New Landmark Designations,” “We Need Your Help to Continue State Historic Tax Credits,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - January 2018


Headlines include: “We Need Your Help to Continue State Historic Tax Credits,” Frederick Law Olmsted House – Conditions Report Update,” “Conservancy Testifies Against Rooftop Addition,” “Mark Weber Rejoins our Staff as Historic Properties Fund Director,” and more.

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NYLC Newsletter - December 2017


Headlines include: “Preservation Advocacy Year In Review,” The Landmarks Conservancy is Celebrating 45 Years!!!,” “AT&T Building Gets Additional Preservation Support,” “Historic Properties Fund Director Retires,” and more.

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