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Title: July 14, 2020 Research Public Hearing
Public Hearings and Meetings
Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC)
1 Centre Street
New York, NY 10007
7/14/2020 9:30 AM
7/1/2020 - 7/14/2020
Public Hearings

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the provisions of Title 25, chapter 3 of the Administrative Code of the City of New York (Sections 25-303, 25-307, 25-308, 25,309, 25-313, 25-318, 25-320) on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 at 9:30 AM, the Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC or agency) will hold a public hearing by teleconference with respect to the properties list below, and then followed by a public meeting. The final order and estimated times for each application will be posted on the Landmarks Preservation Commission website the Friday before the hearing. Please note that the order and estimated times are subject to change. The teleconference will be by the Zoom app and will be live streamed on the LPC’s YouTube channel Members of the public should observe the meeting on the YouTube channel and may testify on particular matters by joining the meeting using either the Zoom app or by calling in from any phone. Specific instructions on how to observe and testify, including the meeting ID and password, and the call-in number, will be posted on the agency’s website, under the “Hearings” tab, on the Monday before the public hearing. Any person requiring language assistance services or other reasonable accommodation in order to participate in the hearing or attend the meeting should contact the LPC by contacting Rich Stein, Community and Intergovernmental Affairs Coordinator, at or 646-248-0220 at least five (5) business days before the hearing or meeting. Please note: Due to the City’s response to COVID-19, this public hearing and meeting is subject to change and/or cancellation.


227 Duffield Street - Harriet and Thomas Truesdell House

LP-2645 - Brooklyn - Block 146 - Lot 15    Zoning:


The proposed designation of a Greek Revival-style row house, constructed c. 1847-50 and extended in 1933, that was home to

abolitionists Harriet and Thomas Truesdell from 1851-63.

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