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Srinivasan, LPC Chairwomen, Served Last Day in Office on June 1st

The chair of New York City’s Landmarks Preservation Commission, Meenakshi Srinivasan, served her last day on June 1st following the announcement of her resignation in April. Mayor Bill de Blasio appointed Srinivasan as the head of the City’s landmarking process in 2014. During her tenure, the 11-person committee designated 3,800 sites and buildings across the five boroughs, including 67 individual landmarks, three interior landmarks, and nine historic districts. Srinivasan stated that she plans to return to the private sector in a more hands-on role involved in planning and zoning after being in government since 1990.

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