Survey results presented to Sidney Historic Preservation Board


Anthony Ruiz / The Sun-Telegraph

Mary Therese Anstey, principal consultant with History Matters LLC, goes over dozens of Sidney structures that could be eligible as local landmarks or for the National Register during Tuesday's presentation to the Historic Preservation Board.

An intensive survey researching the architectural history of more than 170 buildings located within the original town plat of Sidney was presented to the Historic Preservation Board on Tuesday during its monthly meeting.

In the results, nearly 90 buildings were identified as possible local landmarks, and more than 30 buildings, as well as one district, were identified as potentially eligible for the National Register.

The survey began in December last year and covers 175 commercial, governmental and non-residential buildings constructed prior to 1980 within Sidney's original town plat, from...

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