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ArdWood Civic Association Meeting Final report on the proposed ARDMORE RESIDENTIAL HISTORIC DISTRICT Our Future is Our History Join us to hear a board member of Lower Merion Conservancy present a power point summary of the Ardmore Historic District boundaries, characteristics, and data on petitions in favor of the district. On July 29th this info will also be presented to the township’s Building and Planning Committee to start the municipal and state approval process. Through a Historic Neighborhoods Initiative grant Lower Merion Conservancy has been working since 2008 with the ArdWood Civic Association and the township to complete this nomination. The proposed district retains significant contributing and non-contributing architecture from 1890 to 1930. Ardmore’s residential district will become the township’s eighth historic district (Local PA Act 167) to help retain property values and neighborhood character. If you are a property owner of a building within the designated number sequence on a street shown below (or within the boundaries on the map on reverse) be sure to attend this meeting. Learn the value and purpose of this historic district. Future architectural changes to the exterior of any building visible from the public right of way may need to be reviewed by the Historic Architectural Review Board and approved by township Commissioners. Argyle Road, 101 to 129 East Athens Ave., 18 to 218 Linwood Ave., 34 to 119 St. Paul’s Road, 22 to 133 Simpson Road, 10 to 120 Come learn more, especially if you live in the district! Questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org Click image to enlarge map