Skidmore Saratoga Memory Project

[Zoning] Map, Saratoga Springs, N.Y.

1923 - Saratogian-April 21-PrposedZoningPlan-Map-Saratogian-0973.pdf
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Saratoga Springs NY Saratogian 1923 - 3188-Dec24-ZoningLaw-StPeters.pdf
1924 - May13-Saratogian_Text-FirstZoningOrdinance.pdf

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Title

[Zoning] Map, Saratoga Springs, N.Y.

Date

April 21, 1923

Is Part Of

Map and Description of Proposed New Zoning Plan for City

Source

The Saratogian

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Abstract (& Historical Note)

In 1923, the City Council adopted its first zoning ordinance dividing the city into four types of district—(1) residential single family; (2) two family; (3) hotel and boarding house; and (4) unlimited use. In an April 23 City Council meeting, Mayor James D. McNulty noted that the City had ordered a map made and published in The Saratogian “to give taxpayers and citizens an idea of what is to be done.” After addressing individual requests, the council provisionally adopted the ordinance. After defeat in a November referendum for failure to allow two-family homes on the city’s east side, a revised ordinance was adopted in December to prevent apparent plans to turn some North Broadway homes into boarding houses.

Type

Zoning maps

Theme

Property and Development

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Citation

“[Zoning] Map, Saratoga Springs, N.Y.,” Skidmore Saratoga Memory Project, accessed September 19, 2017, http://ssmp.skidmore.edu/document/204.

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