June 10, 2018 - Excited to have Larry Sharpe and Andrew Hollister in Utica this past Sunday...
#EminentDomainIsTheft— Larry Sharpe (@LarrySharpe) June 10, 2018
The government should never have carte blanche to take over property as they see fit.#Sharpe4Gov #SharpeHollister2018 #Libertarian #ANewNY #SaveMainStreet #NoHospitalDowntown pic.twitter.com/8ZvMUzYDQX
Also, to hear them both on our local radio station here: #SharpeHollister2018 On TALK! 100.7 FM. Yes, we need a "New, New York", and a "Better Utica Downtown"... and NOT a hospital district!
A look back in history...
.@HAPhillips71 would have loved to had you, more chances over the summer! One guest today was Yvonne “Marilyn” Schneider, who was born in home in 1936!!! She’s the little girl at left, 442 Lafayette Street in background at left... pic.twitter.com/DNgFsYAER0— #NoHospitalDowntown (@NoHospitalDwtn) June 10, 2018
Read more about the History Of 442 Lafayette Street, Utica, NY.
May 28, 2018 - Happy Memorial Day from 442 Lafayette Street...
Happy Memorial Day to our supporters & opposition! This Columbia Lafayette Neighborhood should be preserved... pic.twitter.com/IyDbmnYCKl— #NoHospitalDowntown (@NoHospitalDwtn) May 28, 2018
You may learn much more about this property's neighborhood and history here, Spotlight on a Landmark: History of 424 Lafayette Street, written by
Please attend our Open House on
The neighborhood is actually alive, with a new Car Rental Agency as well! It is a debate, but redeveloping old buildings is happening and can continue to happen. Another example, the old Norm Seakan TV & Appliance becomes a public market.
Read our developing History of 442 Lafayette Street page.
February 2018 - Four story "Row House" (Read the, Philadelphia Encyclopedia On Row Houses), connects to Carton Avenue at rear, an original Erie Canal cobblestone street...
The property is undergoing an ownership change, whereby a new owner is positioning to challenge the hospital concept in court, along with other property owners.
BetterUticaDowntown (BUD) Says: "You will see how the Columbia-Lafayette Neighborhood will be further developed to Become a more desirable place to do business, visit, and live. You'll learn how we will work with other Utica Neighborhoods to develop increased "connectedness"