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Landmarks Society of Greater Utica

Quote from the Landmarks' Website: "With a strong passion for history, architecture, culture... and of course Utica, the Landmarks Society of Greater Utica is dedicated to the preservation, education and restoration of our area's most treasured landmarks."

October 25, 2018 - Listen to to Mike Bosak of Landmarks Society talks Downtown Hospital & loss of H.J. Brandeles

December 12, 2017 - The Landmarks Society has seen the concept, and they are against it...

Jay Groah's full video to be posted here soon (Link below), #NoHospitalDowntown salutes Landmarks Society's President Steve Grant, Michael Lehman, Jay Groah, and Michael Bosak - as well as their board of trustees. Move coverage as their posted below...

The video (YouTube): Landmarks Society opposes downtown Utica hospital


Bill Keeler of WIBX: Jay Groah from Landmarks Society of Greater Utica on Downtown Hospital

January/February 2017 - A letter from Landmarks' President Steve Grant includes, "Speaking of events, did anyone attend any of the Recent Information Sessions that were held by the Mohawk Valley Health System regarding the Downtown Hospital plan? I attended one, and so did a number of Landmarks trustees..." Read Full Letter

May/June 2016 - Read second installment from the Landmarks' Michael Lehman as he explores the history of The Columbia-Lafayette Streets Neighborhood (Part II). You may also look at each page individually; Page 7 and Page 8. Or get the complete Two Part series here: Landmarks' Part I & II (Complete)

March/April 2016 - We are delighted to offer Michael Lehman's first of two installments of an exploration of Downtown Utica's Columbia-Lafayette Streets Neighborhood (Part I) or to download a single page at a time, please see: Page 1, Page 2, Page 3, Page 4, Page 5, and Page 6

“Old houses, I thought, do not really belong to people ever, not really... people belong to them.”
Gladys Taber

No Studies, No Reports, thus we remain #NoHospitalDowntown