The “Save Newburyport – Support a Local Historic District” website is up.
Although Gus Harrington and I are listed as the folks heading the endeavor, there are lots of people helping the effort.
Bumper stickers are due to arrive on Wednesday.
On the “Action” page, it gives information and links on how to write to a Letter to the Editor at the Newburyport Daily News and the Newburyport Current.
It appears that there is some confusion out there about how to access information about Newburyport’s Local Historic District (LHD). On the Action page there are links to the proposed map of the LHD, the overview of Newburyport’s proposed LHD, a link to the clarification of some of the confusion about the proposed LHD, etc.
On the Action page there is also a suggestion to call your Newburyport City Councilor, with information on who the Newburyport City Councilors are, and how to get in touch with them.
There is a reminder to vote on Tuesday, November 8, 2011, where to vote, and which Newburyport City Councilors are on record as being in favor of the proposed Newburyport LHD.
There is a recommendation to go to public meetings, to keep an open mind, whether you support Newburyport’s LHD, are against the LHD or simply aren’t sure how you feel yet.
Save Newburyport supports the process of creating a Local Historic District. That process includes public meetings where the citizens of Newburyport take part in deciding what the guidelines would be for the anticipated LHD.