A third term? A new leaf? This fall, you decide.

The Road to City Hall

In a few short months, New Yorkers will decide
whether to grant Michael R. Bloomberg a third term as Mayor
or give another candidate a chance to prove his mettle.

The Mayor declined a recent invitation from our coalition to discuss his position
on historic preservation and neighborhood planning issues. 

Where do the other 2009 Mayoral Candidates stand?
Ask them…over coffee and danish!

2009 Mayoral Candidates Breakfasts

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

City Council Member TONY AVELLA*

To listen to a recording of Tony Avella's remarks, click here.

Tony Avella

Kate Wood, Executive Director of LW!,
delivered opening remarks.
The audience
Tony Avella with moderator and
President of the NY Landmarks Conservancy,
Peg Breen.
Wednesday, August 12, 2009

City Comptroller WILLIAM C. THOMPSON, JR.*
To listen to a recording of William C. Thompson, Jr.'s remarks, click here.
William C. Thompson, Jr.
The audience

Thank you to O'Neal's Restaurant (49 West 64th Street)

Co-sponsored by
Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation, Historic Districts Council,
LANDMARK WEST!, Municipal Art Society, and The New York Landmarks Conservancy


Preservation is Sustainability • Preservation is Neighborhoods • Preservation is an Economic Catalyst
Preservation is Historic Religious Properties • Preservation is an Effective Landmarks Commission

Click here to read the full Preservation Platform, adopted by over 100 civic organizations in all five boroughs
(list in formation).

*To read more about where the candidates (Avella, Bloomberg & Thompson) come out on
preservation and development issues in New York City,
please click the following links: