Cloud over Sunnyside?

Wednesday, March 07, 2007

Everyone agrees that Sunnyside Gardens, a historic neighborhood in Queens, should be preserved. The question is how. Susan Turner Meiklejohn, resident of Sunnyside Gardens, member of Preserve Sunnyside Gardens and an associate professor of urban planning at Hunter College, talks about why her neighborhood should not receive official landmark status; Jeffrey A. Kroessler, associate professor at the library of John Jay College, founder of the Queensboro Preservation League, and member of the board of the Historic Districts Council, talks about why Sunnyside Gardens should be landmarked.
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