After the Lent House in Orangeburg was unceremoniously demolished two months ago, efforts to save the John Green House in Nyack have been renewed. The John Green Preservation Coalition will be holding a meeting at the Nyack Library on Tuesday, June 2nd at 7p. Anyone interested in local history and preservation is urged to attend.
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by Bill Batson
The man who built this house, with the benefit of slave labor, laid much of the foundation for the village we occupy. Since his death in 1842, John Green’s house has had many owners and tenants. Because of the neglect of its current absentee landlord, the building might soon crumble into dust.
By Arthur H. Gunther UPPER NYACK It seems that at age 67, you can still learn new tricks, lots of them. About windows, for example. Old windows. Since last summer, I have been privileged to be on a volunteer crew restoring 1800s windows at the Old Stone Church. The 1813[…]