***9:15 AM, TUESDAY, APRIL 17***
LANDMARKS PRESERVATION COMMISSION PUBLIC MEETING FOR NEW-YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY PROPOSAL
This could be “the vote” on N-YHS’s application to alter the façade of their triple landmark building, paving the way for a 280’ glass tower. You have one more chance to stop it. Show up on Tuesday, April 17 at 9:15 a.m. at the Landmarks Preservation Commission public meeting
Attached is a flyer to get the word out about Tuesday's LPC meeting and possible vote. Please post in your buildings, on the block and in community spots throughout the neighborhood. Email the flyer to your co-op boards, neighbors and friends.
Meeting Location: Landmarks Preservation Commission, The
The New-York Historical Society Plays a Real-Estate Shell Game...and the Landmarks Preservation Commission Plays Along
The Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) is determined to hear only testimony from the New-York Historical Society at its public meeting on Tuesday, April 17 at 9:15 am, despite our requests to keep the process even-handed and shed as much light as possible on a project that continues to be a moving target. Your attendance at this meeting is all the more important! When the public is denied the opportunity to speak, our physical presence in numbers too great to ignore and our constant vigilance must speak louder than words. Remember, this could very well be "the vote" on the façade alterations, and LPC has the final say.The Historical Society and the LPC make up their own rules and expect the community to fall in line. But this is a "Triple Crown" Landmark, in the heart of two Upper West Side historic districts, on the edge of