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Postal Mail Update from the Conservancy

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Sacred Sites

We’ve got mail. Finally! Mail forwarding we initiated while the office is closed didn’t work as planned. Some letters arrived

Sacred Sites Meeting Focuses on Community Impact of Religious Institutions

Sacred Sites

Religious institutions have traditionally played an important role in helping to heal the nation at times of division. Even while

Professional Circle Members Discuss Going Back to Work


Our Professional Circle members are successfully working remotely on buildings as far away as Hong Kong. They are following all the

What’s the first place you’ll visit when we can freely roam the City again?


A message from Conservancy President Peg Breen… What’s the first place you’ll visit when we can freely roam the City

Sacred Sites Update – 21 Grants Approved

Sacred Sites

SACRED SITES UPDATE: In this strange and serious time, our staff continues to diligently work from home. Our Board Committees

May is Preservation Month – Support the Historic Tax Credit


May is officially “Preservation Month.” We haven’t mentioned this much in the past because we think every month is preservation

Professional Circle Members Discuss Current Challenges

Historic Properties Fund

As the City and State plan for some reopenings in coming weeks, and other states have resumed construction projects, preservation

Public Policy Update from Conservancy President Peg Breen


I spent years as a political reporter for New York State Public Television, and I worked at the City Council

More Emergency Grant Help for Staten Island

Emergency Preservation Grants

We continue to hear many messages of hope and renewal as we see so many people perform daily acts of

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