From the Times Ledger:
The penultimate stage in the long−fought battle over how to preserve the historic homes of Sunnyside Gardens will take place later this month. The city Planning Commission is set to vote on a text amendment for the special zoning district April 22.
Should the commission approve the amendment, it would go to the City Council for a final vote in August, city Planner Amanda Ikert told Community Board 2 last week.
The Planning Commission intends to use the amendment to transfer all enforcement of all building restrictions to the city Landmarks Preservation Commission, which landmarked Sunnyside Gardens in 2007. The area has also been designated as a special zoning district since 1974.