Thu May 1, 2014
Arts group mounts opposition to development plan for historic Stamford post office
The fate of a historic post office in downtown Stamford, Connecticut is still unclear – two years after it was closed. The nearly 100-year old building is one of dozens of historic post offices around the country being sold or scheduled to close in recent years. A developer plans to build a high-rise luxury apartment complex on the property but an arts group is fighting it.
Save the Post Office - a website that chronicles the sales and closures of post offices nationwide.
Preservation and Disposal of Historic Properties - An April 16, 2014 audit by the United States Postal Service's Office of Inspector General
Center for Art and Mindfulness - Facebook page
Preserving Historic Post Offices: A Report to Congress - An April 17, 2014 report by the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
Temple lauded for carbon footprint reduction