NEW ROCHELLE , N.Y. -- A group of New Rochelle residents is interested in designating the former Carnegie Library at 662 Main St. as a local landmark, according to a report on lohud.com.
The group made a push for this at the city's Historic Landmark Review Board this month, lohud.com said.
Some community members said they want to protect the former library from possible damage, lohud.com said.
But the property owner, Christopher Hagedorn, who has run a publishing business in the building for nearly three decades, is opposed to the landmarking, lohud.com said.
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