Internet based journal created to document environmental and architectural conditions in Scarsdale under the non-partisan system governing. Read our efforts to preserve this town. Read articles Scarsdale10583.com or the local newspaper The Scarsdale Inquirer will not publish! Come to Scarsdale, see what a beautiful town this is worthy of UNESCO World Heritage designation. But our elected resident volunteers will not protect this town. We need your help to preserve it forever, for all !

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

This is from the Care2 website where I had created a petition site over two years ago now and this is the people who signed and their comments...

Preserve and Conserve Scarsdale, our Village-in-a-Park

75
1,000
we've got 75 supporters, help us get to 1,000 by September 1, 2014 
Please sign this petition and forward it to all who care about architectural and environmental conservation in Scarsdale, so that our Village does not end up looking more like Spruce Lane, in the picture.

Our village, one of the first to pass urban planning zoning in 1925 is now under the siege of developers, like no other. But, unlike many others, we have volunteers on our boards who are unfortunately not able to stand up to developers' demands.

Show your support for better zoning and building regulation in Scarsdale and a moratorium on all development that will finally preserve and conserve Scarsdale and our environmental and architectural values that we cherish so much.

Encourage our officials to apply for WORLD UNESCO Heritage site so that our Village can be conserved forever for all.

We appreciate and thank you for your support. Mother Nature and the local flora and fauna applaud you as well.
I now have a blog: http://www.Save-Scarsdale.org.  Visit often.

Please contact me at Lika@Save-Scarsdale.org with any comments, questions or if you would like to help further.
In NYC, homes 30 years and older get protected. Here, in Scarsdale, the CHP gave the demolishment approval to a 103 year old home on 45 Cushman Road just this May.

you have the power to create change.

START SHARING AND WATCH YOUR IMPACT GROW


WE SIGNED: PRESERVE AND CONSERVE SCARSDALE, OUR VILLAGE-IN-A-PARK

Farideh Gesswein, NY
2 years ago
Kristi Herman, TX
2 years ago
Hugh Herman, TX
2 years ago
Steven Tushman, NY
2 years ago
preserve this beautiful place thank you
paula mcgarvey, FL
2 years ago
james mcgarvey, FL
2 years ago
I am a community developer in Florida, and build communities that look and feel like they were built on the beach 75 years ago. They are very popular. Preserve your community AS IS and don't let the "Big Developers" muck it up !
Stephane Derveaux, NJ
2 years ago
Anthony Connors, NY
2 years ago
Ellen Wasserman, NY
2 years ago
Kimberly Reno, AZ
2 years ago
Name not displayed, United Kingdom
2 years ago
Lee Golde, NY
2 years ago
Jacob Nathan, United Kingdom
2 years ago
Name not displayed, LA
2 years ago
Carl M. Kaufman, Jr
Rippy Philipps, NY
2 years ago
It is time we stop the madness.
Jacquie Lipton, United Kingdom
2 years ago
Morton Blum, NY
2 years ago
Previous Scarsdale resident, 20 years, @ #1 Cooper Rd, Wholeheartedly agree with petitioners to prevent the damaging changes that are occurring.
louise nathan, United Kingdom
2 years ago
Mary Ellen Rogers, NY
2 years ago
peter rogers, NY
2 years ago
Deidre Michael, NY
2 years ago
Susan Rose, NY
2 years ago
jane williams, PA
2 years ago
Leslie Bird, VA
2 years ago
Don't allow your beautiful historic town turn into Anyplace, USA!
lisa bradlow, NY
2 years ago
callie kindrish, CA
2 years ago
keith perlmutter, NY
2 years ago
Ruth Frankel, NY
2 years ago
Thea Fry, NY
3 years ago
Arlene Goldsmith, NY
3 years ago
Thomas Niles, NY
3 years ago
Name not displayed, Germany
3 years ago
Nils Anders Lunde, Norway
3 years ago
Joseph Wenzel, MN
3 years ago
debra arrington, TN
3 years ago
Zack Tatum, NY
3 years ago
Ela Gotkowska, Poland
3 years ago
James Mulcare, WA
3 years ago
Nyack Clancy, NY
3 years ago
Dinda Evans, CA
3 years ago
Joan Weissman, NY
3 years ago
Jennifer Valentine, NY
3 years ago
Isa Villanen, Finland
3 years ago
Pam Boland, GA
3 years ago
Laurie Brewer, OH
3 years ago
Victoria McFarlane, United Kingdom
3 years ago
Annett Ehrlich, Germany
3 years ago
Donna Hamilton, United Kingdom
3 years ago
Marjorie Meiman Robinowitz, NY
3 years ago
I care deeply and am very concerned about the demolition of older homes and removal of old, healthy trees that cannot easily be replaced. The neighborhood character of Scarsdale is on its way to becoming a thing of the past if McMansions continue to spring up amidst the beauty of older, not necessarily historic homes. Our historic preservation law must change as well to help save the homes that are not necessarily 100 years old but add to the charm and beauty of Scarsdale.
Name not displayed, NY
3 years ago
margie cohen, NY
3 years ago
Sibel Ipeker, Turkey
3 years ago
Michael Wolloch, NY
3 years ago
Laura Saxon, FL
3 years ago
wael ab, Saudi Arabia
3 years ago
Mary Jacobs, NY
3 years ago
Carol Silverman, NY
3 years ago
Name not displayed, MA
3 years ago
Rebecca Golding, ON
3 years ago
Paul Shorter, United Kingdom
3 years ago
Jill Fisher, NY
3 years ago
I live down the street from Spruce Lane. When I moved here in 1995, it was a beautiful wooded area. Now it's a fancy Levittown.
Sue Matheson, MB
3 years ago
Landa LaMotta, NY
3 years ago
Diane Hirschberg, NY
3 years ago
Ray Cooper, United Kingdom
3 years ago
Julie Reid, QC
3 years ago
Natalie Scerri, Malta
3 years ago
Konstantin Trubin, Russian Federation
3 years ago
pam wright, CA
3 years ago
John Forbes, United Kingdom
3 years ago
Barbara Tomlinson, WA
3 years ago
Joerg-Michael Krah, Germany
3 years ago
Margarita Vasic, 
3 years ago
Musa Yenni, NY
3 years ago
Lika Levi, NY
3 years ago