March 29, 2016, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Continuing our year-long Land Use Workshop Series, this next two workshops will focus on preservation in NYC.
In this workshop, we are delighted to have William Neeley from the NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission join us to give a general overview of the history, mission and general processes of the Landmarks Preservation Commission, highlighting specific landmarks/historic districts in the Lower East Sides. This presentation will also run through the application process for property owners who want to make changes to their buildings.
Tuesday, March 29th 2016
7PM – 9PM
Venue: 59-61 E. 4th Street, 4th Floor
About William Neeley
A native of Western Massachusetts, Bill graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with his Bachelor of Architecture and B.S., Building Sciences in 1984. A 30 year resident of the NY metro area, Bill’s professional career has focused on the “bricks and mortar” of building restoration. since joining the Landmarks Preservation Commission, Bill has served as the liaison to religious properties, managed the Commissions CD funded grants program, developed Rules for the Fieldston Historic District and storefronts; and recently has shifted his focus to developing enhancements to the application process to improve LPC’s customer service experience. In his free time, Bill enjoys travel and the arts.