Coram, NY - July 13, 2015 - On Friday, July 10th, Suffolk County Legislator Sarah Anker toured the Lester H. Davis House in Coram. Throughout the tour of the house, Legislator Anker surveyed the work being done for restoration and conservation. Legislator Anker also met with members of the Davis Town Meeting House Society, including President Maryanne Douglas, to discuss what the county can do to continue supporting the society.
“Landmarks like the Lester H. Davis House are meaningful representations of the culture and history here in Suffolk County,” said Legislator Anker. “It is so important to support and advocate for local historical societies that work to preserve these landmarks.”
The Davis Town Meeting House Society is a not-for-profit organization and was formed exclusively to restore and conserve the Lester H. Davis House in Coram, New York. The society works directly with the Town of Brookhaven Department of Parks and Recreation and the Town Historian. Together, the group works on the historical design of the house, as well as fundraising for the restoration and conservation of the Brookhaven landmark. The society welcomes volunteers and donations. For more information, please click here.