Historic Building Preservation

Bedford Village Historic District Review Commission Historic Building Preservation Commission Katonah Historic District Advisory Commission   Historic Preservation Bedford: A Guide       Bedford Village Historic District Commission Established in 1972 Five members, 3-year term appointment Meets monthly on “as needed” basis The Historic District Review Commission was established to protect and perpetuate places and buildings having a special historic aesthetic interest or value within the Bedford Village hamlet. The area, designated as a historic district, dates from the founding of Bedford in 1680 and contains a number of historic landmarks, including the Village Green and a colonial graveyard... Read more »

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Historic Building Preservation

Bedford Village Historic District Review Commission Historic Building Preservation Commission Katonah Historic District Advisory Commission   Historic Preservation Bedford: A Guide       Bedford Village Historic District Commission Established in 1972 Five members, 3-year term appointment Meets monthly on “as needed” basis The Historic District Review Commission was established to protect and perpetuate places and buildings having a special historic aesthetic interest or value within the Bedford Village hamlet. The area, designated as a historic district, dates from the founding of Bedford in 1680 and contains a number of historic landmarks, including the Village Green and a colonial graveyard... Read more »

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Historic Preservation Resources

Secretary of the Interior’s Standards Technical Briefs from the National Park Service National Register of Historic Places New York State Historic Preservation Office Preservation League of New York State Saving Windows, Saving Money: Energy Efficiency through Low-Cost Retrofit The “greenest” building is the one that already exists... Read more »

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Communications Advisory Committee

...residential zoned properties. No wireless facilities are permitted in the Bedford Historic District, Katonah Historic District, or on any property designated as a Tier I or Tier II property, unless the applicant demonstrates to the Planning Board’s satisfaction that the selected site is necessary to provide adequate service and no feasible alternative site exists. Approval is required from the Bedford Village Historic District Review Commission, the Katonah Historic District Advisory Commission, or the Historic Building Preservation Commission, as appropriate, before any wireless facility is approved in the Bedford Historic District, Katonah Historic District, or on any property designated as a... Read more »

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Historic Districts

  914.666.4534 – Town Clerk’s Office Download forms, permits and applications The full text of the Historic Districts ordinance can be view at General Code, Chapter 71 Bedford Village Historic District Established in 1972 Five members, 3-year term appointment Meets on an “as needed” basis The Historic District Review Commission was established to protect and perpetuate places and buildings having a special historic of aesthetic interest or value within the Bedford Village hamlet. The area, designated as a historic district, dates from the founding of Bedford in 1680 and contains a number of historic landmarks, including the Village Green and... Read more »

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