Feb 21 2019

Roslyn Landmark Society in the News (Updated: 2/21/2019)

Below are the latest news articles on the Roslyn Landmark Society and the Roslyn Grist Mill Project.


Howard Kroplick

President, Roslyn Landmark Society

Join the Roslyn Landmark Society online for only $25 and receive a signed copy of Vanderbilt Cup Races or Long Island Motor Parkway.

Follow the Roslyn Landmark Society Photo Series (Updated daily- 56 photos)

Follow the restoration of the Roslyn Grist Mill (Latest update: January 25, 2019)

Roslyn Times, February 20, 2019

Fox 5 TV, New York, February 13, 2019 :

The celebration of the unveiling of the historic marker for the Roslyn Grist Mill was featured on Fox-5's a "New York Minute.".

Photo courtesy of Russell Lippai, Town of North Hempstead photographer.

(Left to Right) Catherine Chester (Roslyn Landmark Society Trustee), Anne Tinder (Roslyn Landmark Society former Executive Director), Council Member Veronica Lurvey, Town Clerk Wayne Wink, Town Historian and Roslyn Landmark Society Board President Howard Kroplick, Nassau County Executive Laura Curran, North Hempstead Supervisor Judi Bosworth, Nassau County Legislator Delia DeRiggi-Whitton, Roslyn Mayor John Durkin, Nassau County Legislator Richard Nicolello, and Jay Corn (Roslyn Landmark Society Trustee).

Roslyn News, January 8, 2019

Newsday, January 2, 2019

Newsday "Grist Mill restoration gets $500K grant"

Roslyn Times, December 25, 2018

Roslyn Times, "Grist mill restoration project gets $500K state grant"

WCBS-TV, August 20, 2018

Roslyn News, September 30, 2018

Roslyn News, "Kroplick Elected Landmark Society President"


Jan 13 2019 mark schaier 8:54 AM

Howard, Is there’s membership card of the Roslyn Historical Society that I think I am as a member? (fork over $25 to John C. at the end of the Preservation meet), Also how about membership card of the Motor Parkway Preservation Society. Like to brag!


Howard Kroplick
Mark, no membership cards. But you can still brag!!

Feb 17 2019 Walt Gosden 11:16 AM

Absolutely wonderful to see all this restoration work evolve and become reality - it took many many decades to see the hopes and dreams that this would happen come about. Congratulations to all of those involved who made this dream come true, especially you Howard. The restoration pays so much respect to the memory of all the people that worked there at the grist mill when it was new, this is a monumental achievement.

Feb 17 2019 Rich 11:19 AM

Missed that.  Glad Fox 5 TV broadcast this segment!

Feb 23 2019 Tom 10:14 PM

Glad it was saved!

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