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Our Preservation Awards recognize the outstanding achievements of individuals, organizations, and projects that demonstrate excellence in historic preservation including stewardship, restoration, adaptive reuse, design, advocacy, and partnership.
Preservation Long Island is pleased to present a 2020 Project Excellence Award to the Village of Sea Cliff‘s Window Restoration and Façade Rehabilitation at the Sea Cliff Firehouse. We’ve partnered with Chris Kretz of The Long Island History Project to celebrate our 2020 Preservation Awards with a new podcast series. […]
Is your local government a Certified Local Government? Local governments play a vital role in our ability to preserve, protect, and increase awareness about cultural heritage found in the built environment on Long Island and across the country.
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Guest blogger Katherine Tarascio, a Franklin Square resident and independent scholar, explains why the Franklin Theater (aka Bow Tie Franklin Square Cinemas) is worthy of town landmark designation.