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Seven to Save: 2010-11 Edition

The 2010 Seven to Save Endangered Properties list draws attention to the plight of New York’s agricultural landscapes and structures, architecture of the recent past, early public housing complexes and the need for appropriate commercial revitalization.

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Seven to Save: 2008

The 2008 Seven to Save Endangered Properties list draws attention to the plight of New York’s industrial heritage, the lack of master preservation planning documents, and the need to consider historic preservation in the face of development pressure.

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Seven to Save: 2007

The 2007 Seven to Save Endangered Properties list draws attention to the plight of New York’s transportation infrastructure, the threat of abandonment of municipally-owned landmark buildings, and the need to consider historic preservation in the face of development pressure.

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Seven to Save: 2006

Sites listed this year draw attention to the plight of New York's agricultural architecture, the threat of abandonment of municipally-owned landmark buildings, and the need to consider historic preservation in the face of development pressure.

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Seven to Save: 2005

Sites listed this year draw attention to the plight of urban houses of worship, the threat of abandonment of municipally-owned landmark buildings, and the need to consider historic preservation in the face of development pressure.

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Seven to Save: 2003

Sites listed this year draw attention to the importance of preserving modern architecture, the need for Legislative passage of a historic home tax credit, and the threat to New York's historic resource and scenic vistas from inappropriately-sited wind farms.

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Seven to Save: 2002

Sites listed this year draw attention to the issues of municipal abandonment of historic downtowns, the need for a statewide “Main Street Revitalization Program” and for state passage of the Neighborhood Reinvestment Act.

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Seven to Save: 2001

These seven valued historic resources are in danger of disappearing because of insufficient funding and financial incentives, insensitive public policies, general neglect, disinvestment, and in some cases, demolition.

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Seven to Save: 2000

These seven valued historic resources are in danger of disappearing because of insufficient funding and financial incentives, insensitive public policies, general neglect, disinvestment, and in some cases, demolition.

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Seven to Save: 1999

These seven valued historic resources are in danger of disappearing because of insufficient funding and financial incentives, insensitive public policies, general neglect, disinvestment, and in some cases, demolition.

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