|From the Broadway Corridor Historic District for Inwood slide presentation.|
Today, August 16, 2017, another letter regarding the Broadway Corridor Historic District for Inwood arrived from the LPC. It was essentially a restatement of the rationale given in their earlier letter. In fact, points and a request in the letter sent to them on August 3rd were not addressed and the southern boundary of the district was given incorrectly as "beginning roughly at Dyckman Street."
Link to the LPC's August 16th letter: https://www.dropbox.com/s/sao6tp3eamzyxdq/08-14-2017%20LPC%20letter%20re%20Broadway%20Corridor-Inwood%20MHD.jpg?dl=0
Much of the letter sent to the LPC on August 3rd was about the southern boundary of Inwood, which we described as beginning at 193rd and Broadway. Above and below are two of the slides included in the Broadway Corridor Inwood Historic District slide presentation which should have made the boundaries very clear to the LPC. The boundaries were also specifically referenced in the letter sent to them on August 3rd. Please note: the area below Dyckman Street has been excluded from the rezoning of Inwood.
|From the Broadway Corridor Historic District for Inwood slide presentation|
For access to the earlier letters referenced here and the submission of materials to the LPC please see the VIP blog posts of June 14th and August 3rd 2017.