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2014/09/14 14:50
2014/09/14 14:50
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A six-mile stretch of Main Road could be listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The corridor includes Aquebogue’s Old Steeple Church, built in 1862 and designed by a farmer with no...
2014/09/14 14:50
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2014/09/14 11:10
2014/09/14 11:10
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The Town Council has answered outcries from Mayor Gail Coniglio, preservationists and residents urging it to boost the town’s landmarks program’s budget in hopes of speeding the pace of...
2014/09/13 18:50
2014/09/13 18:50
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The curiously shaped “Witch’s Hat” in Aquebogue is getting a much-needed makeover thanks to donations from area businesses and volunteers. Spearheaded by the Riverhead Landmarks Preservation...
2014/09/10 15:10
2014/09/10 15:10
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Town Manager Peter Elwell says staff is prepared to add $50,000 to landmarks fiscal year 2014-15 budget. Council member Richard Kleid: I’m concerned this $50,000, which I believe should be used for...
2014/09/09 16:10
2014/09/09 16:10
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East Central Regional Water Reclamation Facility bio-solids handling project update: Brazil says the town owns 8.6 percent of the facility. The East Central Regional Water Reclamation Board is moving...
2014/09/09 11:17
2014/09/09 11:17
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Among the bustling build-up in the center of Towson, where bigger and brighter seems to take the lead in the development of multiplex cinemas and popular restaurants, a quiet but significant...
2014/09/07 10:10
2014/09/07 10:10
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Thanks to an appeal filed last week by a town board chairman, the Town Council now will decide whether a modern house can be built on the North End. On Aug. 27, the Architectural Commission voted 4-3...
2014/09/07 10:10
2014/09/07 10:10
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Part of Vita Serena — a protected Estate Section house once owned by Jean Flagler Matthews — has been demolished without town permission, after construction workers uncovered termite damage and rotten...
2014/09/04 23:20
2014/09/04 23:20
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Building department officials issued a stop-work order today for a construction project involving Vita Serena, a landmarked house at 105 Clarendon Ave. William Cooley, chairman of the Landmarks...
2014/09/04 02:10
2014/09/04 02:10
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The longtime home of the late fashion designer Lilly Pulitzer Rousseau will be spruced up by new owner Joan Granlund. Last week, the Architectural Commission unanimously approved an application for...
2014/09/03 22:48
2014/09/03 22:48
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UPPER WEST SIDE — West 72nd Street will soon feel more like Bourbon Street under a plan by local restaurateurs to redesign their space's exterior with French doors and gas lamps, angry residents...
2014/08/31 10:10
2014/08/31 10:10
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Some town officials and residents feel optimistic about the management change at the Royal Poinciana Plaza. William Cooley, chairman of the Landmarks Preservation Commission, welcomed it as “really...
2014/08/27 11:48
2014/08/27 11:48
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NEW YORK — Dozens of water tanks across the city will soon be covered in artwork by both local artists and superstars like Jeff Koons as part of a nonprofit's project to raise awareness about water...
2014/08/20 23:10
2014/08/20 23:10
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In the weeks ahead, the Earl E.T. Smith Preservation Park, just west of Town Hall, will feature more color and more shade. The Landmarks Preservation Commission approved Wednesday a partial redo of...
2014/08/17 20:10
2014/08/17 20:10
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The lush tropical mini-refuge known as Earl E. T. Smith Preservation Park will get a little extra ambience boost if an update is approved by the town. During the height of the season, up to 500...
2014/08/17 11:08
2014/08/17 11:08
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What's This?New York City is full of little surprises, and we've compiled a list of some of them. As much as New York City loves being loud and flashy, there are a few secrets she likes to keep to...
2014/08/14 23:40
2014/08/14 23:40
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... The owners of the Subway Inn, a dive bar that for almost eight decades has served the likes of neighborhood workers — and, legend has it, even Marilyn Monroe — pleaded Thursday for city officials...
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