Order to Repair
Town of North Castle's Landmarks Preservation Committee
The following Order was served on the County of Westchester in 2013.
To date, the County has not responded and remains in violation
Town of North Castle Landmarks Preservation Committee
Order, Pursuant to Section 126-25 of the North Castle Town Code
1. The Elijah Miller House has been designated as a state and national landmark. It has also been designated as a landmark, pursuant to the North Castle Landmarks Preservation Ordinance.
2. Under section 126 -24 of the Landmarks Preservation Ordinance of the Town of North Castle,
“No owner... with an interest in real property designated as a landmark shall permit the property to fall into a serious state of disrepair, so as to result in the deterioration of any exterior architectural feature which would, in the judgment of the LPC, produce a detrimental effect upon the ...character of the property itself.”
3. The Elijah Miller House is owned by the County of Westchester.
4. The Landmarks Preservation Committee finds that the owner has permitted the property to fall into a serious state of disrepair, so as to result in the deterioration of its exterior architectural features, producing a detrimental effect upon the character of the property.
5. Pursuant to section 126-25 of the Code of the Town of North Castle, the Landmarks Preservation Committee of the Town of North Castle hereby orders the owner of The Elijah Miller House, the County of Westchester, immediately to repair the property so as to restore and preserve its exterior architectural features.
Landmarks Preservation Committee
Dated: April 23, 2013
Susan R. Shimer, Chair