September 11, 2007
|Who:||Members of the New York State Board for Historic Preservation, New York State Parks Staff and representatives of interested groups|
|What:||Meeting of the New York State Board for Historic Preservation|
|When:||Tuesday, September 11, 2007 at 1:00 p.m.|
|Where:||Peebles Island State Park|
The State Board for Historic Preservation is an independent panel of experts whose function is to advise and provide recommendations on state and federal preservation programs to the State Parks Commissioner, New York's State Historic Preservation Officer. The board meets four times a year and the meetings are open to the public.
The Board will meet to discuss New York's five year statewide historic preservation plan in an effort to increase preservation awareness, educate the community about the benefits of historic preservation, and develop strategic goals to expand preservation efforts across the state.