Friday, April 13, 2007

Landmarks Has A New Queens Face

By Theresa Juva for the Queens Tribune
(via Historic Districts Council Newsstand)

...Diana Chapin of Jackson Heights begins her new role this week as a newly appointed landmarks commissioner while historic preservationists around the borough wait to see what the 64-year-old Michigan native will accomplish during her three-year term.

Last week, the Landmarks Preservation Commission appointed Chapin to the 11-person committee in charge of protecting the City buildings that show historical, cultural and architectural importance...
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