Tonight: Preservation Efforts on the Lower East Side

Posted on: March 11th, 2010 at 6:24 am by

The Lower East Side History Project (LESHP) and New York Public Library event series continues tonight with a discussion about preservation efforts in the neighborhood.  Panelists include Rob Hollander, Elizabeth Solomon, and David Mulkins.

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Eric Ferrara of the LESHP sent along the following:

Lower East Side History Project & New York Public Library Event Series

Discuss what steps are being taken to preserve the landscape and character of our historic neighborhood.

March 11, 2009 – 6:00pm
Ottenfdorfer Library
Free!

Panel and audience Q&A

Guest speakers include:

Elizabeth Solomon, Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation

David Mulkins, Bowery Alliance of Neighbors

Rob Hollander, Lower East Side Residents for Responsible Development

Location : Ottendorfer Library, 135 Second Avenue, NY NY 10003

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