Monthly Archives: April 2014

Save Our Seaport Town Meetings

Save Our Seaport is hosting a series of Town Meetings to talk and walk about New York’s South Street Seaport Historic District. Developing and preserving the South Street Seaport Historic District is a two-fold challenge. It requires a responsible development … Continue reading

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Meeting Tonight, SSSM Spring Revival This Weekend!

Our next Save Our Seaport meeting is scheduled for TONIGHT, Wednesday April 23rd, 6:30pm at St. Margaret’s Conference Rooms 2&3. St. Margaret’s is located at 49 Fulton St. (Map) Please join us! Click to download this flyer to distribute to … Continue reading

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NY Post Editorial by James Lindgren: Why NYC must save the South Street Seaport

http://nypost.com/2014/04/19/why-nyc-must-save-the-south-street-seaport/ Prof. Lindgren will be speaking at the Paris Cafe this Monday, April 21st, at 7:00 pm / doors open at 6:00. The event is free, but anyone wishing to attend is asked to register by calling 212-988-8379. Save Our … Continue reading

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SOS Meetings, and Spring Revival at SSSM

Save Our Seaport met last week and decided to move forward on several plans to bring the defense of the Seaport Historic District to a larger public. We will be holding more public events – If you would like to … Continue reading

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Local Leaders React to de Blasio Appointment That May Determine Future of Seaport

From today’s The Broadsheet Daily: Save Our Seaport: “[W]e hope that Michael Schlein’s appointment at the EDC marks a change in direction and an increase in transparency. It seems to us that under Bloomberg, the EDC was in an unseemly … Continue reading

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SOS Meeting Tomorrow, April 2nd

Our next Save Our Seaport meeting is tomorrow, April 2nd, 6:30pm at St. Margaret’s Conference Rooms 1&2. We have a full agenda and lots to discuss… St. Margaret’s is located at 49 Fulton St. (Map) Please join us! Click to … Continue reading

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