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Village Preservation's “Preservation Watch” program—a way to help ensure that serious landmarks violations are reported and the landmarks law enforced, and to preserve our neighborhood’s historic integrity.
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Preservation leadership is Village Preservation’s most important function. The organization acts as a liaison between the Village community and the many city agencies that have jurisdiction over historic architecture and parks, maintaining relationships with the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission, the Parks Department, the Department of City Planning, the Department of Transportation, the Manhattan Borough President’s office, as well as numerous local block associations and civic groups. Village Preservation’s professional staff helps to maintain the neighborhood’s historic districts by providing information about landmarks regulations to homeowners, reporting violations of the landmarks law to the Commission, and serving on numerous special interest committees related to architecture and quality of life. Village Preservation’s preservation committee monitors preservation issues, meeting with city officials and leaders from other preservation organizations to offer its resources and its point of view. Village Preservation also assists the community in the restoration of Village buildings by consulting with homeowners on the hiring of preservation architects, conservators, contractors, and consultants.