Save the Glenwood Landing power plant from demolition

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Kevin Melendez
6 years ago
We need job and save the history!

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Robert Frosch
7 years ago
Significant Lilco architecture... First 1200 lb boiler / turbine 1935. Is it still extant?

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Joseph Reilly
7 years ago
As a nearby resident of over 17 years I just recently noticed the Glenwood Landing power plant has begun being dismantled. It is a wonder that something like this structure which had been so firmly planted in the landscape for the last 100 years has been so quickly removed. Now with it's removal the power plant should not go unnoticed and forgotten so quickly. Even if it is too late to save, National Grid's interests should not outweigh the waterfront needs of the surrounding communities and they should now make the site and Hempstead Harbor as whole more user friendly.

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Jeanette Favilla
7 years ago
As a potential newcomer to a great neighborhood, it makes sense to re-utilize it for purposes that would generate revenue and bring something worthwhile and positive for locals and tourists alike.

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Marek Skulimowski
7 years ago
the company's plan will make the sire unusable for years

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Steve Warshaw
7 years ago
Needs to be properly remediated for future use, and it' an impressive Landmark for the area.

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David Nalbach
7 years ago
It's an architectural landmark.

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murray rogovin
7 years ago
Archit. impressive & source of income

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Joseph Graziose
7 years ago
Although I now live on the South Shore, I retain a fondness for my stomping grounds growing up in Glen Cove and attending sea Cliff Mini-mart every year. I wnat to see something environmentally friendly there.

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Tinga Mastrelli
7 years ago
I grew up going to Bar Beach and the plant is a beacon of memory, not to mention a great building that deserves to be saved and put to good use,