The Society for the Preservation of Long Island Antiquities (SPLIA) is now accepting nominations for the SPLIA Endangered Places List. SPLIA is looking for historic buildings or places that are in decline or threatened by development. Postmark deadline for completed nominations is January 31, 2017.
SPLIA’s Endangered Places List aids preservation efforts on Long Island by raising awareness and generating public support for saving threatened places. Endangered Places receive priority access to SPLIA’s advisory services to assist local advocacy groups with their preservation goals. Endangered Places are also featured on SPLIA’s website, social media, and other outreach activities.
Several of SPLIA’s Endangered Places have achieved positive preservation outcomes, including the John Coltrane Home, the Oyster Bay Train Station, and the Roslyn Grist Mill, where restoration projects are underway.
For more information, visit SPLIA’s website.
To download SPLIA’s Endangered Sites nomination form, click here.
Photo provided by SPLIA.