Local Landmark Hearing Summary

In an unanimous vote Thursday, the Buffalo Preservation Board decided to present a proposal to the common council to make the Trico Building a local landmark. Several individuals, some representing local preservation groups and others as concerned citizens, spoke in favor of the local landmark designation, which would allow the board, in its advisory capacity, to have more input into decisions surrounding the future of Trico Plant #1 Building.

The common council meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 27th at 2pm in the common council chambers at City Hall. An agenda for that meeting can be found here. We strongly encourage everyone to go and show your support for the local landmarking of Trico.

A number of local media outlets covered the important public meeting.

Will Trico building be demolished? – WIVB (March 22, 2012) – Link

Hearing held on fate of Trico building – WIVB (March 23, 2012) – Link

Preservationists Work to Prevent Trico Demolition – WGRZ (March 22, 2012) – Link

Public hearing on fate of Trico Plant – YNN (March 22, 2012) – Link

Preservation board to hear public comments on Trico Building – YNN (March 22, 2012) – Link

Will the Trico Plant Become a Buffalo Landmark? – WKBW (March 22, 2012) – Link

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2 thoughts on “Local Landmark Hearing Summary

  1. March 27th is TUESDAY, not Wednesday.

    Maybe there’s another meeting on Wednesday, but two Trico1 items are on the agenda for the Buffalo Common Council Legislation Committee for its 2pm Tuesday 3/27 meeting: http://bit.ly/GNYsio

    Item #1 Applicaiton [sic] for Landmark Design[assume short for “designation”]-791 Washington aka 817 Washington(hrg3/27)(Pres Bd), and

    #19. Res 106 Opposing the Demolition of the Trico Plant No 1.

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