Tuesday, October 9, 2012
The Landmarks Preservation Commission will vote this afternoon on designating portions of the neighborhood as historic districts (the areas outlined in red above).
By most accounts, this is expected to pass. Of course, not everyone is thrilled with the plan, such as church leaders who believe even simple projects like fixing a roof will become more expensive and bureaucratically time-consuming, as the Times noted in January.
The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation has been helping lead this push. You can read all that they have to say about it here.
You can read our previous coverage of this here.
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