Oyster Bay Hosts Historic Preservation Quarterly Meeting

New York State Board for Historic Preservation

Planting Fields Foundation recently hosted the New York State Board for Historic Preservation quarterly meeting to review 14 new sites nominated for addition to the National Register of Historical Places, all of which were approved. Open to the public, the session took place int he Great Hall of Coe Hall with members of New York State Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation in attendance, as well as National Register staff and Planting Fields Foundation staff. Presentations were given by Planting Fields Foundation Executive Director Gina J. Wouters as well as Chris Flagg, chief of Historic Site and Park Services. For a complete list of the 14 nominated and approved sites, visit parks.ny.gov/shpo/national-register/nomonatins.aspx.

—Submitted by the Planting Fields Foundation

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