Living in History: Ardmore and a Historic District

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The Conservancy is holding a Town Meeting about Ardmore, and a possible historic district there, on Monday, March 22 at 7pm. Thanks to St. Mary’s Church at 36 Ardmore Avenue for hosting, and the Ardwood Civic Association for co-sponsoring the meeting!

This meeting will give residents to opportunity to talk with historic property owners in other neighborhoods who have gone through the HARB (Historic Architecture Review Board) review. Township staff and some Commissioners will also be attending to answer questions.

Lori Salganicoff will give a short slideshow about the history of the prospective district.

Light refreshments will be served.

Ardmore Flyer 3.22.10

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