Please join the campaign to save the threatened landmark Jackson House in the Village of Fishkill, New York. The beloved Jackson House has served as a prominent landmark in the Village of Fishkill National Register Historic District for centuries. Current site development plans call for demolition or relocation of the Jackson House. The historic home, once the nineteenth-century home of Dutchess County Judge Joseph I. Jackson, is a unique asset to the historic landscape of the Village of Fishkill. Let's preserve our historic resources and enhance what makes the Village of Fishkill an attractive, profitable and well-traveled Hudson Valley destination for generations to come.
We propose the following for discussion:
● Restoration and adaptive reuse of this irreplaceable historic house within a viable mixed-use development plan for the entire parcel in keeping with the character of the Historic District, and
● Retention of the building's current setback in order to preserve the historic integrity of its location and a rare surviving green space in the center of the Village of Fishkill.
We thank you for your consideration.